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    Default Littering on beaches...

    People go to beaches sensitive to wildlife and often forget their responsibilities towards nature... This one was at the Debi nesting site for olive ridleys... Stop Littering...

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    Good as a photograph. But in terms of littered beach standards in our country, this one looks pretty clean!!
    In any conflict between man and animal it is the animal that has to suffer.

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    Nicely picked. Thats one thing we can find on the beaches and even in forests.People feel these are the best places, where they can enjoy.

    Awareness and strict actions is required to stop this.
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    One can find polythene bags and plastic water bottles strewn on the beaches. People frequenting the ECR road on the outskirts of chennai can vouch for that. Once I had clicked lot of plastics dumped by a 5 star hotel in the ECR road (they have an amusement park as well). Since Rajan is a frequent traveller in that region, he may be having some pictures.

    This time I found lots of plastic mineral water bottles dumped about a 100 meters from the Bandhavgarh National Park gate. I think hotels should be mandated to stop the use of plastic water bottles. In US, a movement has started to ban plastic mineral water bottles in hotels. Ofcourse, it is likely to impact the revenue of hotels as mineral water bottles are sold at a much higher price than the MRP in the hotels.
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    i still feel beaches in the south are much better....here in mumbai its pathetic....however one can find clean beaches in the konkan side.

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