18 thoughts on “ExxonMobil oil kills Arkansas birds

  1. Dommage que l’homme ne pense qu’à lui, à ses intérêts, à son compte bancaire et pour profiter au maximum de ce que la Nature lui donne, il n’hésite pas à détruire cette belle Nature.

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    • Yes, indeed. In this case, it seems the pipeline is over seventy years old, and too little has been done about maintenance; even though ExxonMobil with its billions of profits has money to do that.

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  2. while I understand accidents happen, it is the responsiblity of the parties involved to take care of it, in this case the companies who use and own the pipeline. I think that is reasonable don’t you? i was raised if you spill it you clean it up, if you mess it up you clean it up, not hard to figure out.

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  3. Makes me sick. Exxon has done much damage to our environment and animals over decades. I use to bathe the mallards in dawn detergent at the wildlife rehab center when they came in from environmental spills.
    Yisraela

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    • Yes, oil spills and other poluution do terrible things to birds. Mallards are beautiful. Fortunately, the survival rate of birds cleaned from pollution seems to rise now.

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