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Gulf Oil Spill

this is influential bc this describes how bad the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico really was and how bad, not only people but the animals were effected. Gulf Oil Spill 2010 by June Andrews

from Buzzly

17 photos déchirantes des effets de la pollution sur le monde animal

Nearly 200 different species of sea life, including whales, dolphins, turtles, and seals, plus thousands of birds, die every year because they mistake discarded bags for food or get so entangled in the bags they can't survive.

from Jess Findlay Photography

The 15 Most Spectacular Hummingbirds!

Fiery-throated Hummingbird - There are about 338 different species of hummingbirds. There are few other birds that rival the spectacular iridescence of the Fiery-throated Hummingbird. Found only in the cloud forest of Costa Rica and western Panama.

from The Huffington Post

Gulf Oil Spill (PHOTOS): Animals In Peril

BP Oil Spill. Wildlife and marine animals are still dying, mutating from the toxins! Watch this... http://www.gofundme.com/GulfDevastationHelp

from WildlifePrints.com

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from Grist

Good news, Arkansas: Tar-sands oil isn’t oil-oil

Arkansas: Tar-sands oil isn’t oil-oil...so Exxon doesn't have to pay. Since it’s not oil-oil, ExxonMobil hasn’t paid into the government clean-up fund that would help bankroll the epic scrub-down necessary to rid poor unsuspecting Mayflower, Ark., of all that sludge. “A 1980 law ensures that diluted bitumen is not classified as oil, and companies transporting it in pipelines do not have to pay into the federal Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund,” says Climate Progress.