Pollution has long since affected air, land, and sea. Pollution has become very dangerous not only to humans but also to animals. When waste is dumped into the ocean, it affects the inhabitants dwelling within the waters. In fact, it is known that when the mercury gets into the stomachs of fish, it is then caught and eaten by humans, and it, therefore, becomes a perilous situation. Oil spills kill birds and fish everywhere and when offal is scattered over the natural land, animals find it continuously getting more difficult to survive. Though some people hardly care about the effects of pollution, others are striving to help save animals.
King Edward banned the burning of sea-coal after it’s smoke became a problem.