Ocean trash, also known as marine debris, is a growing problem that affects every ocean in the world. Over time, plastic has accumulated in the ocean forming what is known as the Plastic Soup, an area filled with floating debris and microplastics. This trash can have devastating consequences for marine life, including entanglement, ingestion, and habitat destruction. In addition to harming wildlife, this plastic pollution also affects human health by contaminating our food and water supply and contributing to climate change. To reduce the amount of ocean trash, individuals should practice reducing their plastic consumption and disposing of it responsibly.Disclaimer: This summary might be generated by an AI.