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Thousands Tires Thrown into Ocean in Florida

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  • 22 Feb, 2013  |
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№1 Author: Vonkara (22 Feb 2013 05:08) Total user comments: 163


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United States of America, also known as "trash of the world". Where Honey Boo Boo child is growing and Snooky now reproduced herself.
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№2 Author: cancron (22 Feb 2013 06:11) Total user comments: 97


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Weren't they complaining about the golf oil spill? This is probably worse for the environment
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№3 Author: adzhoe (22 Feb 2013 09:44) Total user comments: 14978


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Like to know the story on that. First two comments....Tisk tisk tisk.
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№4 Author: Big Pete (22 Feb 2013 10:12) Total user comments: 398


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Not junk ....Artificial reef
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№5 Author: Scuba Boy (22 Feb 2013 15:05) Total user comments: 0


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Housing project for marine life---safe, environmentally friendly, and will attract thousands and thousands of marine animals. A very good use for old tyres.
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№6 Author: amcjau (22 Feb 2013 19:41) Total user comments: 885


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i got tired watching that
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№7 Author: RadicalFX (22 Feb 2013 21:28) Total user comments: 83


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In the 1970s, the reef was the subject of an ambitious expansion project utilizing old and discarded tires. The project ultimately failed, and the "reef" has come to be considered an environmental disaster[3][4]
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№8 Author: Taleteller (24 Feb 2013 14:30) Total user comments: 0


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They will tell us that it is all natural o_O
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