Ripped tire treads, old keys and scrap make eye-catching art on Earth Day

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You’ve never looked at trash quite like this.

One beach noodle, four plastic beach buckets, 20 fishing gloves, 200 flip-flop sandals and 250 plastic straws drew gaggles of gawkers throughout the day, doing selfies and Instagramming away.

That’s because those materials were made into a grouper fish about the size of a dining room table.

“It’s beautiful,” said Jonathan Ogden of West Palm Beach, who was snapping cellphone pictures. “Yet it’s ugly. Because it comes from the ocean.”


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