Clean-up movement sparked by plastic whale

Clean-up movement sparked by plastic whale
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One of the most memorable and disturbing revelations from Sky’s Ocean Rescue campaign was that scientists had found a dying whale stranded in shallow waters off the coast of Norway with 30 plastic bags in its stomach.

Around 100 people from the UK and a dozen other countries, who have been inspired by the film, are going to Norway for a ‘nations united’ clean-up of huge piles of plastic deposited there by the Gulf Stream.

Our Science Correspondent Thomas Moore reports from near Bergen in Norway.

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