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Balos Bay, Crete, Greece

Plastic crate and tarballs from oil spills washed up on Balos Beach, on Gramvousa peninsula, in north western Crete, Greece. The beach is famous for its white sands and turquoise waters and is a protected nature reserve. The Mediterranean contains a huge amount of disgarded plastics, 15% of which ends up on beaches.

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2011 Dave Walsh
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Plastic Pollution on Balos Beach, Crete, Balos Bay Pollution
Plastic crate and tarballs from oil spills washed up on Balos Beach, on Gramvousa peninsula, in north western Crete, Greece. The beach is famous for its white sands and turquoise waters and is a protected nature reserve. The Mediterranean contains a huge amount of disgarded plastics, 15% of which ends up on beaches.