Legacy Name: Inhabit

The Custom Aqua Scootle
Owner: see

Age: 9 years, 7 months, 1 week

Born: March 8th, 2011

Adopted: 1 year, 5 months, 5 days ago

Adopted: May 16th, 2019


  • Level: 7
  • Strength: 17
  • Defense: 15
  • Speed: 15
  • Health: 15
  • HP: 15/15
  • Intelligence: 7
  • Books Read: 7
  • Food Eaten: 0
  • Job: Unemployed

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1. 80% of marine pollution comes from land-based sources.

2. In many developing countries 90% of waste water and 70% of industrial waste is discharged without treatment.

3. 6.5 million tons of litter enter the world’s Ocean each year. 50% is long-lasting plastic that will drift for hundreds of years before it is degraded.

4. More than 100,000 chemicals are produced commercially. They represent a threat for oceans through accidents or transport. They can also be emitted in the atmosphere, the soil or the water and reach the oceans.

5. In 2001, 77 ‘red tide’ events (toxic algal blooms) affected 15,000 km2 offshore waters of China. Major eutrophication (algal bloom linked to an important input of fertilizers) occurred also in estuaries and coastal areas of the Philippines and Thailand.

6. In the USA diffuse inputs of nitrogen and phosphorus pollution have increased, causing eutrophication, harmful algal blooms, dead zones, coral reef destruction, loss of sea-grass and kelp beds, fish kills, shellfish poisoning and seabird and marine mammal deaths. Around 60 per cent of coastal rivers and bays are severely degraded.

7. There are 200 known ‘dead zones’, or areas deprived of oxygen and devoid of life (area between 1 and 70,000 km²) in the world ocean: this number has doubled every decade since 1960.

8. 90 % of world international trade tonnage is transported by ship.

9. There are 6,000 offshore oil and gas installations in operation worldwide that provide about 25 to 30 per cent of the world’s energy supply.

10. More than 50% of packaged goods and bulk cargoes transported by sea today can be regarded as dangerous or hazardous from safety standpoint or harmful to the environment according to the criteria set by the International Maritime Organization (IMO).

11. Around 70 per cent of litter entering the Ocean lands on the seabed (it sinks to the bottom and is found both in shallow coastal areas and in much deeper parts of seas and oceans), 15 per cent on beaches and 15 per cent remains floating on the surface.

12. 12 billion tons of ballast waters containing, at any one time, 3,000 marine species are shipped around the world spreading alien and invasive species.

13. The Baltic sea area is known to host about one hundred aquatic alien species.

14. Human health suffers from contamination of coastal water: 250 million of clinical cases (gastro-enteritis + respiratory diseases) are caused annually by bathing in contaminated waters.

15. One in 20 adults bathing in water deemed officially “acceptable” (according to current microbial standards) will become ill after a single marine bathing exposure.

16. Eating infected shellfish causes 50,000 to 100,000 deaths every year.

17. POPs (Persistant Organic Pollutants) concentrate in the food chain (shellfish, fish, marine mammals). Many of the fish that is a primary food source for the indigenous people in the Canadian arctic are heavily contaminated by POPs. High concentrations of pollutants have been found in breast milk of mothers. In East Greenland, 100 per cent of the population has levels of blood contamination of concern.

18. The global economic cost related to pollution of coastal waters is $16 billion annually, much of which is due to human health impacts.

19. Worldwide, 100,000 marine mammals and turtles are killed annually by plastic litter. According to estimates, 267 marine species have been reported entangled in or having ingested marine debris.

20. Harmful algal blooms: the number of poisonous algal species identified by scientists has nearly tripled since 1984, increasing fish kills, beach closures, and economic losses.

21. Repairing boats damaged by marine debris is expensive. Fixing a small dent in a large vessel can take up to 2 days, costing the shipping company $100,000 for repair and additional $30,000-40,000 per day in lost carrying fees.

22. Documented economic losses caused by accidental or deliberate introductions of non-indigenous species in the Ocean amount to hundreds of millions of US dollars.

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Cooling Seashell


Alexandrite Oyster

Water Spirit Beanbag

Seashell Memento

Spider Conch

Mimic Kraken

Spindle Shell

Bog Bean Tangle

Subdued Octosnack

Venus Comb


Blue Sea Dragon Beanbag


Clown Nudibranch Beanbag


Ghost Crab

Scattered Fish Scales

Ugly Mermaid Beanbag

Sunset Rreign Eel

Manta Ray

Cave Jelly

Mermaid Tear

Spotted Hermit Crab Beanbag


Sea Bunny Sea Slug Beanbag

Tropical Beach Beanbag


Blue Shark

Pointy Shark Tooth

Giant Clam

Stinking Squid Fungus Sticker

Giant Manta Ray

Gulper Eel


Striped Mollusc Shell

Ridiculous Octopus Sticker

Baby Banner

Tiger Shark

Flowing Hydrus Seaweed

Sea Robin

Entangled Purple Starfish


Apprehensive Sea Horse

Broken Hydrus Coral

Jumping Dolphins Sticker


Eagle Ray

Hammerhead Shark

Clawsion Paw Shell


Basking Shark

Blue Dolphin Sticker

Triton Shell

Small Eyed Ray

Yellow Trumpet Fish

Loose Hydrus Barnacles

Thresher Shark

Starfish Fruit

Fox Shell

Blue Damselfish Sticker

Scallop Shell

Great White Shark

Brown Cuttlefish

Spotted Cowrie Shell

Entangled Teal Starfish

Starfish Mermaid Top

Whale Shark

Coral Sand Dollar

Flame Angel Fish Sticker

Bullnose Ray

Giselle Underwater Gurl Shellbow

Whitetip Reef Shark

Abalone Shell

Achilles Tang Fish Sticker

Blacktip Reef Shark

Nurse Shark

Brown Seahorse Sticker

Torpedo Ray


Sap Sucking Sea Slug Beanbag

Wentletrap Shell

Clown Fish Sticker

Hog Fish

Barnacle Brittle

Green Triggerfish

Blue Eel Sticker

Leopard Shark

Urchin Shell Beanbag


Sea Star Fish Sticker

Very Fresh Pearl

Giant Ocean Sunfish

Snail Shell


Addis Butterfly Fish Sticker

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Orange Huggable Clownfish

Clam Shell

Cursed Blue Jellyfish

Goblin Shark

Giant Squid


Copper Tinted Fishing Net Buoy


Fisher Hook

Stubby Shark Tooth

Discarded Dinghy Oar

Entangled Pale Starfish

Edible Kelp

Skeletal Fish

Strewn Garbage



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Pale Bit of Netting

Graveyard Glompy Fish

Cursed Pearlescent Coral

Pile of Dead Fish


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Severed Fish Head

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Fish Heads


Crypt Dust

Haunted Fish Bones

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Severed Grumpy Fish

Infected Subeta

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