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Vol. 11, Special Issue 6 (2022)

Impact of plastic pollution on wildlife and its natural habitat

Madhvee Dhairykar, Shobha Jawre and Nidhi Rajput
The impact of plastic pollution on wildlife is stunning. Entangle many wild creatures, strangling and drowning them and sometimes severing their limbs. Entangled wild animals also have trouble feeding and suffer injuries that can become fetal. Many of aquatic and terrestrial wild species are suffering from plastic pollution as result their natural habitats are disturbing continuously. Due to plastic waste soil, water and animals affected and it cause life threatening for them. Creating a circular economy would take legislation, international agreements and industrial incentives. Management of plastic waste is inadequate in all most all developing countries because of low environmental standards, poor waste recovery and disposal systems, low economic status, poor hygienic and living standards, lack of awareness of public regarding harmful effect of plastics, no strict law enforcement regarding waste disposal, and many more factors.
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How to cite this article:
Madhvee Dhairykar, Shobha Jawre and Nidhi Rajput. Impact of plastic pollution on wildlife and its natural habitat. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(6S): 141-143.
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