A man named Adam Turnbull was fishing in his leisure time and what he found shattered him completely. He found a fish growing around a discarded plastic drink ring. It’s clearly a terrified impact of lifestyle on the wildlife.
The Incident Was:
According to the daily mail, Turnbull was fishing along the Saskatchewan River in Alberta, Canada and he caught a fish. The fish fought bravely to save herself like any normal fish would do, but what Turnbull saw completely disappointed him. He noticed something very unusual and horrifying too.
As soon as, he saw the fish in a strange situation, he assumed that any other aquatic animal had bitten the fish, but when he examined closely he found that the fish had a plastic soda ring wrapper around its midsection giving the sight of growing around the plastic ring. Northern Pike had grown around the plastic drink ring.
What Adam Did:
In a shocking state, Turnbull removed the plastic drink ring wrapper from the fish’s midsection of body. The he captured pictures and set the Northern Pike free.
Adam posted the pictures on social media site Facebook with a written post: “Pick up your garbage. This is a Powerade wrapper, which takes up no room in your pocket until you get to a garbage can.”
Adam’s post has been garnered more than 1,600 emotive reactions.
As per the National Geographic, There are approximately 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic debris in the ocean and 269,000 tons float on the surface.