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Artist Who Made People Tear Up With Her ‘Black Cat’ And ‘Good Boy’ Comics Just Released One More With Albatross

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Artist Who Made People Tear Up With Her ‘Black Cat’ And ‘Good Boy’ Comics Just Released One More With Albatross

The comics are undeniably true and touching!

Jenny-Jinya, an illustrator has discovered a successful formula for her comics hinged on Death visiting animals.

You must have shed a tear over her good boy and black cat story aimed at drawing awareness to cat abuse and mistreat.

Jenny-Jinya through her comics gives voice to these animals as well as creates empathy for the animal causalities of human action.

And in her latest piece, the artist addresses the severe consequences of human-made natural disasters, how wild animals suffer as well as plastic pollution.

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Jenny’s New Comic Is Hinged On The Effect Of Plastic Waste On Seabirds

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Jenny-Jinya
Jenny-Jinya

Recently, a study found that plastic floating in the ocean currently attracts algae smelling very similar to the krill eaten by albatrosses and other seabirds. By misidentifying items all covered in this algae for food, the birds in turn unknowingly swallow inorganic materials as well feed to their chicks.

Some birds are gradually dying from swallowing so much indigestible waste and go on to experience blockage or perhaps are unable to take in enough foods. Dramatic photos of bird carcasses filled with plastic have surfaced and the effects of plastic consumption are becoming craftier.

To really found out what’s happening to birds before passing out, Australian researchers conducted blood tests on flesh-footed shearwaters, seabirds living off the coasts of Australia and New Zealand and discovered there’s currently a dwindling in its populace.

Conservationists have, however, suggested that if cleaning technology continues to improve, researchers will be unable to make a dent in the amount of plastic in the ocean without having to put a stop to the waste entering the ocean.

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