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Five million brightly colored plastic bottle tops have been laid out on a Mediterranean island, spelling the word "HELP" in an art installation that aims to draw attention to marine pollution. Created by Italian artist Maria Cristina Finucci, the work, symbolizing the "Age of Plastic," opened Sunday on the tiny island of Mozia, just off the coast of Sicily.The project is part of a broader initiative that Finucci has been working on since 2013, entitled the "Garbage Patch State," which highlights concern over the accumulation of plastic waste in oceans and seas that threatens marine life and biodiversity.The "Age of Plastic" installation will remain open on Mozia through Jan. 8, 2017 .
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