Oil Spill Floods into Israeli Nature Reserve

Oil Spill Floods into Israeli Nature Reserve

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Eilat, Gulf of Aquaba, Israel. Photo source: ©© Z. Dubna

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Millions of litres of crude oil have gushed out of a pipeline, 18 km (12 miles) north of the Red Sea resort of Eilat, to flood 200 acres of a desert nature reserve in southern Israel. In the absence of heavy rainfall, there was little chance of the oil sluicing to Eilat and endangering Red Sea marine life…

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