Leonardo DiCaprio Throws $7 Million Into the Ocean
Leonardo DiCaprio the famous Hollywood actor and longtime environmental activist pledges to donate $7 Million towards Ocean conservation projects within the next two years.
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Leonardo DiCaprio before he became an actor, wanted to be a marine biologist. Also, he likes to dive in his spare time and he has seen “endless underwater utopia” turn to bleached coral reefs and massive dead zones especially off the coast of the Australian Great Barrier Reef. So, he has has already contributed $3 million to non-profit marine conservation group Oceana.
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