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360° virtual reality Scotland expedition #EndOceanPlastics | Greenpeace UK

Last year we launched a scientific expedition around the shores of Scotland to study the impacts of plastic pollution on iconic wildlife like gannets, puffins and basking sharks. Watch this 360 video and experience the expedition with your own eyes. You will see such beautiful places like Bass Rock, where biggest colony of gannets live, or Shiant Isles, a home to puffins, razorbills and many other birds.
During the expedition we took just under 50 samples of seawater to study and we found plastic in more than half.
For more information on the test results see here:
A truckload worth of plastic enters our oceans every single minute. We need to protect our oceans and the amazing wildlife that lives there from plastic pollution.

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Get your Greenpeace Virtual Reality Explorer Kit to fully enjoy the video. Also, we have four other virtual adventures waiting for you to start:

Your next adventure could change the world

With Greenpeace’s VR Explorer Kit you can see how amazing places like the Amazon and Arctic are and why we have been working so hard to protect them. Get the Greenpeace VR kit today to soar above the Amazon canopy, or come face to face with a polar bear in the Arctic.


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