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Shiny aluminum cans in graph formation : Stock Photo
A row of four shiny aluminum cans crushed to varying degrees to create a bar graph, with a complete pristine fith can at the end, could be used to demonstrate recycling or other environmental issues

Shiny aluminum cans in graph formation

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Anthony Bradshaw
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A row of four shiny aluminum cans crushed to varying degrees to create a bar graph, with a complete pristine fith can at the end, could be used to demonstrate recycling or other environmental issues
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