One thing is that far to many are smoking Cigarette, and other thing is, that they are throwing their cigarette Everywhere in our Nature, That is not Ok!
Cigarette Filters Are Bad for the Environment
The core of most cigarette filters, the part that looks like white cotton, is actually a form of plastic called cellulose acetate. By itself, cellulose acetate is very slow to degrade in our environment.
Depending on the conditions of the area the cigarette butt is discarded in, it can take 18 months to 10 years for a cigarette filter to decompose.
If you really want to know something about the impact Cigarette butts have to marine and freshwater fish
Then go to the article above!