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Some ghost gear is made of very durable plastic and can last in our seas for up to 600 years.
135 different species fall victim to ghost gear – lost or discarded fishing gear.
An estimated 640,000 tons of ghost gear, ends up in our oceans each year.
Coming into contact with ghost fishing gear remains the primary threat to the endangered leatherback turtle.
About half of entangled sea lions on the coasts of Northern BC and Southeast Alaska were entangled around the neck.
Together we can save 1 million marine animals by 2018.
Many fishermen are committed to making a Sea Change to protect animals and the oceans.
Ghost gear is a global problem, impacting many coasts and the fishing industry worldwide.
Over 85,000 dead birds were found in 14% of nets retrieved from the Salish Sea over a number of years.
Don’t dodge the issue. Find out how you can be a part of a Sea Change at the end of this game.
Ghost gear kills at least 136,000 seals, sea lions and large whales every year.
You are too entangled in ghost gear to go any further! Every year, thousands of marine animals get
caught in lost or discarded fishing gear.