Completing my task

Plastic Pollution is a Killer for Camels in the Desert

Plastic is one of the hazardous products of the modern era, scattered everywhere, from mountains to the seabed. Deserts are also full of plastic pollution. While plastic is in the form of bottles, bags, etc, it harms the plants and retard growth and germination. With time, the plastic breaks in small pieces, becoming more dangerous and hazardous, especially for livestock. The so-called decomposable plastic is even more dangerous in my view. It shattered on a broad surface, usually accumulated under the bushes which ultimately makes a way to the camel or the livestock’s gut.

Once a week, I go to the desert, spend some hours and collect the plastic and through in the nearby waste bins. During such exercises, I almost collect up to 10 kg of waste, mostly bottles, and other plastic. I collect it in plastic bags and share the photographs on my social media to give 2 lessons to people, 1. to not through plastic except in the wastebin and 2 collect some waste from the desert whenever you visit the desert.

Here are some pictures of my desert cleaning activity.

Some bottles are glassmade
Prosopis trees are hugging in the desert
The happy Prosopis trees, hugging. Cleanliness polishes the beauty of the desert clean desert
Reading under the shade of Prosopis tree in the desert is a paradise feeling
Reading under the shade of Prosopis tree in the desert is a paradise feeling

 

4 thoughts on “Plastic Pollution is a Killer for Camels in the Desert”

  1. Pingback: Why Camels Eat Cardboard? The Power of Fiber Digestibility in Camels – SUSTAINABLE FARMING FOR FOOD AND HEALTH

  2. Pingback: Desert cleaning is a camel saving - ARKBIODIV.COM

Leave a Reply

ARKBIODIV.COM
%d bloggers like this: