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Captain Planet: The Land is being polluted by evil villains and we must stop them at once!!!

Land pollution is the degradation of earth’s land surface often caused by human activities and their misuse of land resources. Land pollution is something that affects all of us and the animals in the world. If we don’t take care of it, no one else will. Keeping the earth clean will help keep us healthy and the animal and plant life as well.

Land polluting villan: Ha!!ha!!! When i am through the earth will be covered with waste materials and pretty soon the whole world will be filled and no one will be able to live in it.Muah..ha!!ha!!

Time for us to join forces and save the planet

Well look what the cat dragged in..if it isn’t for old miss dear earth saving planeteer. I’ll get rid of you and all your friends too. No one can stop me..NO ONE!!Haha!!

It’s time to get rid of some real trash, Land- polluting villain you’re…...

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