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Huge sculptures of sea life are dotted about New Orleans' aquarium and zoo, all of them made from plastic trash that washed ashore. There's a great white shark made partly of bottle caps and beach toys, and a jellyfish made mostly of cut-up water bottles.An army of volunteers in Oregon – about 10,000 since Pozzi started in 2010 – help her collect, prepare and assemble the beach trash into art. One of their washbasins for plastic is a bathtub also found on the beach.A fish made entirely of fish-bitten plastic is among the pieces to be added in October.
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