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  • Seafood soup - harvested from the shores of the North Sea
    chance of stocks running low of this type of seafood many species of fish are severely endangered For more information about sustainable seafood and fishing see Greenpeace Sustainable Seafood MCS s Fishing for our Future and Hugh s Fish Fight Above all follow Greenpeace s advice see below and eat less fish Greenpeace believes we should eat less fish Fish are supplied in a fundamentally different way to other animal

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/soup.html (2016-02-09)
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  • May also contain... - exploring the hidden depths of seawater
    contain is an installation of a found bottle seawater driftwood shelf and graphite which I first created for Found Out at Babylon Gallery in Ely I wrote on the wall some of the ingredients apart from water and salt that

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/mayalsocontain.html (2016-02-09)
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  • A short walk on the beach
    flushed down the loo can get pass through our sewage treatment works after heavy rain being discharged out to sea through CSOs combined sewage overflows And yet there are to my knowledge no CSOs near Thorpeness and at the time of this walk we had been suffering a drought here for weeks Moreover I find this debris in varying quanitities every time I visit any of my local beaches at

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/short%20walk.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Seeing things on the beach
    few years I have collected thousands of things off the beach Increasingly I am finding sewage related debris for instance sanitary towels and tampon applicators which are flushed through our sewage system especially after heavy rainfall I am documenting what I find with snapshots as I walk See my recent SHORT WALK ON THE BEACH For my exhibition Found Out at Babylon Gallery I created an installation of photos and

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/seeing%20things.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Food parcels - treat the turtle in your life...
    Approximately 13 billion plastic bags are given out to shoppers in Britain every year and huge numbers of them end up in our oceans Plastic bags are one of the most common items seen floating out at sea Floating plastic bags mimic the movement of jellyfish turtles favourite food As a result they are often mistaken for food by turtles and marine mammals causing a slow and painful death Five different species of turtle visit our UK waters often with deadly results many of the items in our food parcels contain holes and bite marks Many countries have now banned plastic bags or imposed taxes to reduce their use Some towns here in the UK impatient with government inaction have now gone Plastic Bag Free encouraged by the fantastic initiative of BBC wildlife photographer Rebecca Hosking and the people of Modbury in Devon Plastic can take up to 1000 years or more to degrade in sea water Even then microscopic particles remain which find their way into our environment becoming more concentrated in creatures at the top of the food chain for example humans and dolphins Some items in our parcels are over 30 years old dated by on pack

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/foodparcels.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Feed the birds with our everlasting wild bird food
    plastic for food leading to the death of more than one million birds every year due to starvation or entanglement Plastic can take up to 1000 years to degrade in seawater and even then remains in the environment indefinitely as millions of microscopic particles which find their way into our foodchain Contents Contains previously used plastic particles from many countries of origin Also contains nurdles May also contain toxins including

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/birdfood.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Floating bird-feeder: a perch... a foodstuff... an eternity
    place so migrating seabirds can rest as they feed Made from polystyrene sourced from local beaches this product is not biodegradable and will last forever in the natural environment Breaking down into ever smaller particles this miracle feeder will eventually provide food to a vast numbers of smaller sea creatures perhaps finding its way into the human foodchain even ending up as food on our plates Interested Contact us for

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/floatingbirdfeeder.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Wildlife trap
    the sea in rivers or on the beach and see what you can catch Available now by mail order contact wildlifetrap flyintheface com for further details WARNING This product contains plastics that will endure indefinitely in the natural environment It is therefore capable of repeated entrapment and killing of wildlife Wildlife ensnared by this product is likely to die a lingering and painful death due to suffocation injury starvation or

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