Los Plástico | A search for the worlds largest wave

Five hundred miles off the Chilean coast with Ramón Navarro, Léa Brassy, Patricio Mekis and Kohl Christensen. They learned how the island’s residents are working to protect their wild waters and fisheries—and what is they called: los plásticos.
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