Filament breaking on bed

I have a problem with my printer where the filament isn't being put down all the way. I think it maybe the nozzle is clogged. I've included a picture

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If you are fully sure that that the nozzle of your 3D printer is clogged, you can heat the 3D printer and pin the clogged material out with the help of a sharp pin or guitar strings.

Other than this, it is possible that the 3D printing filament could be of inadequate quality, which too causes this trouble.

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Could be poor adhesion or too fast.

Really need more info.  Printer type, slicer, material, temps, speeds etc.

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Monoprice mini, Cura, PLA, 60 degrees bed temp , 200 degrees nozzle temp, normal speed 

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