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Halloween Display in Nova Scotia Made from Shoreline Waste

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One homeowner in Nova Scotia is highlighting the scary side of waste.

Angela Riley, founder of the shoreline cleanup business Scotian Shores, has constructed an entire Halloween display from trash gathered from local shorelines. She says she got the idea after seeing someone purchase fake spider webs.

Old rope, cans and lobster traps were turned into grave markers for animals that have gone extinct. The goal is to educate residents and interested parties about the impact of garbage to the world's water sources.

Rileys says it took two months to gather the trash needed.

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