This video says about itself:
6 June 2010 — Wildlife apocalypse along the Gulf of Mexico coast is fast becoming a reality. Pelicans are becoming trapped by the oil and dead birds and dolphins have been washing ashore, coated in the sludge. Government officials estimate that roughly 83 to 182 million litres of oil have leaked into the Gulf since the April 20 explosion.
From National Wildlife magazine in the USA:
Photo Slideshow: 6 Animals That Could Be Hurt by the Gulf Oil Spill
From seabirds to marine mammals, Gulf wildlife could be affected by the oil for years to come.
05-06-2010 // NW Staff
With a sunken BP oil rig gushing thousands of barrels of oil each day into the Gulf of Mexico, the battered Gulf Coast region—still recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Katrina—is bracing for ecological catastrophe. Here are just a few of the ways Gulf wildlife could feel the effects of the spill for months, years or even decades.
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