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RSPCA issues warning after animals found entangled in disposable face mask straps




The RSPCA is urging people to “snip the straps” on disposable face masks after an ibis was found entangled in Brisbane.

With masks mandatory in Greater Brisbane until 12:01am Friday, more people have been using and disposing of personal protective equipment (PPE) face masks.

The RSPCA said throwing the masks away is not enough and they are asking people to cut the elastic straps that hold the masks in place.

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