Mandy Barker loves the sea. When she was small she was fond of wandering along the seashore, collecting natural objects that turned up on her path. But she gradually realized that the number of manmade-objects was getting bigger and bigger, and the day the corpse of an albatross chick appeared with its belly stuffed with cigarette lighters and plastic bottle...
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