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Every year, millions of plastic enter the oceans, of which the majority spills out from different areas directly to the rivers. Piles of plastic can create an insulation layer that raises temperatures on beaches, . The hotter beaches could also harm big or small animals that live in beach sediment and are an important part of coastal ecosystems, as well as an essential food source for migratory birds Create artafitiol obsticules that couse sevire demege to turtoles, dolphinse and many more sea Animals. 

Every year, millions of plastic enter the oceans, of which the majority spills out from different areas directly to the rivers. Piles of plastic can create an insulation layer that raises temperatures on beaches, . The hotter beaches could also harm big or small animals that live in beach sediment and are an important part of coastal ecosystems, as well as an essential food source for migratory birds Create artafitiol obsticules that couse sevire demege to turtoles, dolphinse and many more sea Animals. 

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Every year, millions pieces of plastic find their way into the ocean, causing spillage into the rivers. Piles of plastic can create a layer of insulation that causes a temperature rise in beaches. As the temperatures rise, it can harm the different animals that live in beach sediment and are an important part of coastal ecosystems, including migratory birds. This creates artificial obstacles that cause severe damage to turtles, This creates harsh living conditions for marine wildlife including turtles and dolphins who suffer from injuries and health issues caused by the plastic waste.

This collection was created with consideration of the animals that are with us today. The project's objective is increasing awareness around us and supporting nature. Get your Crypto Cube Animals and join our community. Part of the sales will go towards donations and investments in supporting the ocean cleaning companies.

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