In 1996, it was shown that entanglement and ingestion of marine debris affected at least 267 species worldwide, including 86 per cent of sea turtle species, 44 per cent of seabirds, 43 per cent of marine mammals and numerous fish and crustaceans.
Another impact identified includes the spread of invasive species that affix themselves to the floating marine debris. Economic losses can also be caused by marine debris especially for those using coastal resources, as collisions with marine debris may cause damage to boats and equipment. The length and depth of the Bay of Fundy results in its extreme tidal range, which has earned its recognition of having the ‘highest tides in the world’.
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