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Gulf of Mexico oil spill Continue

While the world are celebrating the glory of WORLD CUP 2010 let's not forget there are some thing out there haven't been solved. 

Gulf of Mexico oil spill Continue...
The growing oil slick fed by an underwater leak in a BP has creates environmental damage far beyond imagination.NEW ORLEANS Government officials has announced that oil might be leaking from a well in the Gulf of Mexico at a rate five times that suggested.

Oil slick threatening wildlife ,Around 1,000 barrels of oil a day are gushing from a leaking underwater well after last week’s explosion on board an offshore drilling rig..

Is it a Gold?

At risk is a rich breeding ground for shrimp, crabs and fish as well as an endangered species of sea turtle. Wildlife experts say they are seriously concerned about the devastation the oil will wreak.Damages and loses that money can't buy..

I Can't Fly..
Birds ...

Fly Dragon

Death Fish

 The catastrophic explosion that caused an oil spill from a BP offshore drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico has reached the shoreline...
Joseph Hutton said...

Oil spill burns continue to protect Gulf of Mexico's water quality...

BP is continuing to ignite sections of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in an attempt to protect the water quality and reduce the spread of the leak.

Burning the oil on the surface of the water is crucial to prevent the chemicals from reaching nearby shores, oil experts told the Los Angeles Times.

Despite efforts to contain environmental damage to the area, concerns have been raised about the effect of burning the oil on marine life, with local environmental groups saying that sea turtles could have been trapped in the fires.

According to the newspaper, BP agreed to let wildlife biologists on the boats to attempt to grab any turtles before the fires were lit.

Operations to contain the oil spill have helped recover 673,497 barrels (23.5 million gallons) of oil since the rig explosion on April 20th.

Over 275 controlled burns have also taken place, resulting in the removal of 238,000 barrels of oil from the surface of the water.


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