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Fears for wildlife after bean bag bursts on Bruny Island and leaves polystyrene mess

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A clean-up effort is underway on Tasmania’s Bruny Island after reports of a bean bag bursting on a beach which could pose a risk to local marine life.

The tiny balls were scattered throughout a stretch of the sand at Adventure Bay, along with some in the adjoining bushland.

Discovery Ranger Claire Mason from the Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) found out about the litter on…



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