Wildlife Still Suffers Four Years After BP Oil Spill

Wildlife Still Suffers Four Years After BP Oil Spill

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Gulf Oil Disaster-Oiled Feather on Boom. Oil saturated feather and partially dry oil are just above the water line on a “hard” rubber boom anchored around a small unnamed bayou with a large bird population in Bartaria Bay, La., on June 23, 2010. Captions And Photo source: ©© Lance Cheung

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Birds, fish, dolphins and turtles are still struggling in the Gulf of Mexico, four years after the worst oil spill in US history, a leading wildlife group said Tuesday.

A report issued by the National Wildlife Federation summarized recent scientific studies on 14 different types of creatures affected by the spill…

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Gulf Oil Spill “Not Over”: Dolphins, Turtles Dying in Record Numbers, National Geographic

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