“Probablemente no vuelva a usar este vestido por qué ya está en mi Instagram” 🚨👉🏻♻️ Este es un repost de una página de las tantas que sigo que invitan a la reflexión. (Y en un país en crisis como Argentina... la semana pasada me encontré caminando por Av. Santa Fe y vi sobre un árbol jeans tirados, iba a sacar La foto pero estaba apurada.
La imagen me impactó aunque no es la primera vez que veo ropa tirada en la calle, igual me sorprendió... no tengo mucho más para decir todavía sigo descolócala.) Y eso es solo un paréntesis por qué una imagen cuando sos de 💭 te deja con más de mil palabras. .
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Step away from fast fashion in 2019!
💥Fast fashion might be cheap but this must come at a price to someone, usually the people who make it! Don’t let people work for nothing just so you can wear a new item of throwaway clothing every day.
💥It won’t last and will end up polluting the environment.
💥Most fast fashion is made from unrecycled polyester, and when you wash polyester in your washing machine they shed microfibres that subsequently end up adding to the increasing levels of plastic in our oceans.
💥These microfibres are so small that they can easily pass through sewage and water treatment plants into our waterways.
💥They do not biodegrade and are a critical threat to our aquatic life. They get eaten by small creatures like plankton which then get eaten by fish and then subsequently eaten by us when we eat that fish.
💥Buying cheap clothing has so many consequences, so for 2019 buy well made clothes from materials that will last and that you love and will wear again and again.
💥The joy of well made beautiful Clothes is that they can be styled in so many different ways, there’s no excuse!!!
💥Join us and really make a difference this year! 💥
After a summer studying the behaviour of Clark’s anemonefish (A. clarkii), I can officially confirm that they are the GRUMPIEST fish in the world. Super aggressive towards fish within their own anemone and intruders, these striped lil minxes mark their territories by emitting warning sounds such as chirps, grunts and pops. Oh and also - they bite. 😂
Can you spot the sea krait? 👀 Banded sea kraits may have a super venomous bite but actually have a gentle demeanour. In certain parts of Indonesia these snakes are prolific and it’s possible to get up close and personal with them as they hunt for prey around the coral reef 🐍 Unlike true sea snakes, the sea krait does not spend all of its time underwater and returns to land to digest its prey, rest and to reproduce!