Fish cut nearly in half by plastic garbage draws outrage — and isn't as rare as you'd hope 1 234 567

Fish cut nearly in half by plastic garbage draws outrage — and isn't as rare as you'd hope

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Images of a fish cinched nearly in two by a ring of plastic in Alberta are stirring up online anger — and a biologist warns it's "very common" for wild creatures to be affected in such a way by human garbage.

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