2 tiny fish peer out of a Coke can they have turned into a home showing how litter is polluting our oceans

British diver Alex Tattersall took the images in the Lambeh Straits, North Sulawesi, Indonesia which depict small yellow Pygmy Gobies making their home in an empty coke can.

These fish are around an inch in length and commonly found in the Western Pacific near Indonesia and Australia, feeding largely off zooplankton.

The issue of how we dispose of our waste has been forced up the international agenda in recent years, particularly in light of naturalist Sir David Attenborough raising awareness of how plastic products are posing an increasing threat to marine wildlife.