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The beautiful Pace Picnic Island is situated off the shores of Miami, Florida and is a popular place for party-goers. That's all fine and dandy, but folks, please clean up after yourselves. In this video, the kindhearted people at 4ocean are teaming up with the Miami Police Department's marine division to rid this island of the human-made mess, and we're so thankful for organizations like these. Let's all agree to be more environmentally responsible, so we can keep nature's wonders wonderful. 

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