A lot of the excess trash that makes it into the ocean ends up in a large tangled referred to as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. There are different tides and currents in the ocean and there is a large spiral gyre twisting around the north Pacific ocean. It is twice the size of Texas and made up of highly concentrated “suspended plastic, chemical sludge, and other debris”. It is not visible on satellite photography though because it is suspended under water and made up of such tiny particles that are individually invisible to the naked eye.
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