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和訳をお願いします(>_<) The sea currents between Japan and the west coast of the United States have created a "landfill " in the middle of the ocean. Garbage floating in the sea gradually reaches this areas and gets trapped. The areas is said to be three times bigger than Japan. It is called the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

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日本とアメリカ西海岸の間の海流は、海の真ん中に「ゴミ廃棄場」を作りました。 海に浮いているゴミは、徐々に、この海域に到着して、罠にかかった様に移動しなくなります。 その海域は、日本の3倍の大きさがあると言われています。 それは、太平洋ゴミベルトと呼ばれています。 <参考> 太平洋ゴミベルト http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E5%A4%AA%E5%B9%B3%E6%B4%8B%E3%82%B4%E3%83%9F%E3%83%99%E3%83%AB%E3%83%88

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