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Finally i got to bring my egg container at home to the market as we buy our groceries. i got to refused the plastic they are using in where they put eggs. the saleslady smiled at me while picking out my eggs from their pile. she also offered to tie a plastic straw around my container but i said, "huwag na, ate (no need)". that's another plastic to dispose in my house.
next solution i should think is, where to put my store-bought rice grains when i buy them in markets. i can't bring our container 'cause it so big and it won't fit in my eco bags... ;) hmmm... it just hit me (like, as of this typing), i think i know where i could put them!
let me try it first before i share them to you! :d
Makes my heart melt. let’s #savetheturtles and #savetheoceans. repost from @underwater on instagram: “via @discoverocean the leatherback turtle is the largest sea turtle species on earth ranging from 4-8 feet in length and can weigh up to 900kg. they propel through the water using their powerful front flippers that can span up to 3m, while their rear flippers are used to aid with direction (lasala, 2018). leatherbacks have delicate jaws meaning they can only eat soft bodied animals such as jellyfish which are composed of mainly water with poor nutrients. similarly to other species of turtle, leatherbacks migrate extreme distances for breeding and feeding purposes, travelling as far as 10,000 miles across the pacific (eckert, 2002). despite this species persisting for over 100 million years, the pacific population of leatherback sea turtles (dermochelys coriacea) has dramatically declined in the last 25 years which has been linked to fisheries, meat harvesting and in more recent years climate variability (jones, 2012). recent studies of climate change projections show that with increased ocean temperatures many sea turtle behaviours have been altered such as nesting times which may lead to altered incubation conditions, breeding success, hatchling dispersal and even s*x ratio (tomillo, 2015). wastern pacific leatherback populations have plummeted more than 80% along with eastern pacific leatherback declining by more than 97% (noaa, 2016). many organisations are working h*****n solutions to #climate#change and effects it may have on species including the leatherback turtle. conservation actions are needed for the survival of this species and many others so get involved and do your part to #reduceclimatechange. #conservation#protect#helpsavesharks#saveourspecies#savetheocean#marineresearch
words by @sarwren/ video: by @surftobago
One of my favorite photos i’ve taken this year, and so stoked it could be of @juansharks and @oceanramsey. they exhibit a comfort in water that you can only get through years of experience and understanding...a beautiful calmness always awesome to translate into an image. @oneoceandiving@oneoceanresearch shot with @aquatech_imagingsolutions housing. #sharks#savesharks#helpsavesharks#savetheocean#ocean#madeofocean#sea#water#underwater#hawaii#oahu#diving#dive#aquatech_imagingsolutions#aloha