Manilla-A dolphin, was flooded in El Nido town of Palawan, on Friday a garbage bag was jammed in its garbage.
Guardian, rough-to-dude dolphin teenager was trapped in the morning on Nakpan Beach, according to the Environment Department of El Nido Resorts.
"He was weak and frustrated, as he did not eat for weeks. After attempts to take food and after the next release, he got trapped in his illness."
"It is found in the postmortem examination that he had swallowed a plastic garbage bag, which had stuck in his stomach, it was so tightly filled that after the bones could not pass through the fish."
The lawyer group emphasized the need to ban a one-use plastic.
"More and more animals are dying ill or worse than plastic pollution. It is happening so much that now it has become a rule rather than an exception."
"Once the used plastic is removed then we can only start cleaning the planet."
Last week, the Philippines and other Southeast Asian nations agreed to a joint declaration against plastic pollution during a summit in Bangkok.
According to a 2015 report co-written by the Environmental Propagandor Ocean Conservation, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand, the worst crime-ridden China, most of the plastic waste is thrown into the oceans.
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