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June 2nd, 2010
08:00 AM ET

Teams race to save wildlife from oil spill

(CNN) – No matter how effective BP's latest attempt to stop the oil may end up being, the spill will continue to threaten the wildlife. Birds, fish, crabs and sea turtles all live and breed in the marshlands. And it's now a race against time to rescue these animals from a ruthless killer. Our Rob Marciano has the report.


Filed under: Environment • Gulf Oil Spill
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  1. ronvan

    So what's the problem? WE, humans, are the superior beings on OUR planet.and can do whatever we want? RIGHT! WE, humans, who think better, know better, than any other creature on this planet, do not have the sence to realize that it is US that are destroying our planet! How many animals have become extinct because WE HAD to have thier skins to wear and meat to eat? Now , because we are so
    SMART, and know better, and cannot get off our addiction to oil, WE have destroyed the gulf for what, years, or more? And of course all those animals that are going to be killed, or wiped out, will be OUR fault!

    June 3, 2010 at 9:09 am |