It's not quite as crazy as it sounds.
The Atlantic Ocean, its surface, sea ice and even its floor, is becoming a "depository" for human garbage.
The Pacific Ocean is in bad shape as an aerial survey discovered that the floating pile of debris and micro-plastics is far vaster than initially believed.
A massive "trash tsunami" overwhelming Hong Kong's beaches has the residents are asking: where is all the garbage coming from? Mounds of waste clog HK's shores, with 85 tons of trash piling up in the first nine days of July alone.
A Florida brewery made a significant innovation that could save, protect and even feed marine life: edible six-pack rings for beer made out of by-products of beer production.
Two species of Vultures are causing serious problems in Manaus, Brazil, including airline collisions and congrigating in open populated markets. Scientist's from Brazil's Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (INPA) are looking for ways to solve these issues.
It turns out our pristine oceans, filled with all sorts of colorful marine life, corals and plankton, are riddled with 8 million metric tons of plastic.
Experts have recently developed a new computer model that they hope will help them answer an important environmental mystery: "Who's to blame for the Great Pacific Garbage Patch?"
After a month-long visit at the International Space Station, a commercial cargo ship is diving towards Earth - filled with 3,500 pounds of trash, according to a NASA news release.