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A pack of dogs leading a sled made entirely from recycled materials gathered from the Los Angeles area by artist Cynthia Minet. The dogs are made principally from laundry detergent bottles and other plastics found in dumpsters, and the sled was made from a rowboat that was put out on the curb for pick up on trash day. (NOAA) Correction: This post originally stated that this exhibit was made from marine debris.

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A pack of dogs leading a sled made entirely from recycled materials gathered from the Los Angeles area by artist Cynthia Minet. The dogs are made principally from laundry detergent bottles and other plastics found in dumpsters, and the sled was made from a rowboat that was put out on the curb for pick up on trash day. (NOAA) Correction: This post originally stated that this exhibit was made from marine debris.

A pack of dogs leading a sled made entirely from recycled materials gathered from the Los Angeles area by artist Cynthia Minet. The dogs are made principally from laundry detergent bottles and other plastics found in dumpsters, and the sled was made from a rowboat that was put out on the curb for pick up on trash day. (NOAA) Correction: This post originally stated that this exhibit was made from marine debris.

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