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AUSTIN (AP) – Thousands of volunteers have helped pick up more than 86 tons of trash from Texas beaches in garbage removal ranging from shoes to chairs to plastic vampire teeth.

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The Texas General Land Office on Wednesday announced results of the fall Adopt-A-Beach Cleanup. More than 8,000 volunteers joined forces Saturday along 169 miles of the Texas coast to remove trash as part of annual efforts that began in 1986.

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An agency statement said that other offbeat items removed from Texas beaches included fireworks, baby strollers, windshield wiper blades and a bowling ball.

Coastal cleanups are held three times each year. The next Texas General Land Office-led effort is scheduled for April 22, 2017.

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