The likelihood of an aquatic animal accidentally ingesting marine debris is extremely low.
The likelihood is very high, however, that animals will inadvertently ingest marine debris when they eat something, like a fish or a crab. This is because seawater is so highly alkaline that it forms what’s called a “fishy” substance that tends to repel the marine debris from the animal’s stomach. This is called “marine-to-marine transfer.” The only thing that’s not possible is a person ingesting marine debris.
The only exception to this rule is that you can ingest marine debris while doing certain types of exercise (like swimming). In fact, swimming is a great way to get marine debris floating around in your lungs. But even then, it is a very unlikely scenario.
When you ingest marine debris, it would most likely get stuck in your lungs. But the fact that marine debris is ingested doesn’t mean that you will necessarily get sick. It depends on what you’re doing, how you’re doing it, and how much you’re getting in.
But in the case of swimming and diving, you can get ingested. And if you get swallowed, you will most likely get sick.
If you are swimming, you would most likely get swallowed. And the fact that you are ingesting marine debris doesnt mean you have to, but the fact that you are swimming does mean you have to.
But in the case of diving, it means you have to. If you are diving, you have to. If you are not diving, you have to. But if you are not swimming (which is not a possibility), you have to.
If the animal is swimming, the risk of ingesting marine debris is a little less than the risk of diving. The fact that you are swimming (and therefore have to) means you are swimming and you are being eaten by the animals. But if you are not swimming, you are not getting eaten. And the fact that you are not swimming means you are not being eaten.
You have to swim for your life. If you are swimming, you may need to be pulled up from the water and out of the water. If you are not swimming, you may need to be put back in the water and the water may be coming up to your mouth or you may not be able to breathe. But if you are not swimming, you are not choking to death. If you are not swimming, you will die.
While swimming, you can breathe. If you are not swimming, you will not be able to breathe. If you are not swimming, you may die.