Gulf oil spill pictures
Gulf Oil Spill pictures
Oil spill in gulf of mexico 2010
The oil is spilled at a rate of 5000 barrels a day, since the recent explosion on april 20, 2010. The blast killed 11 workers and threatened beaches, fragile marshes and marine mammals, along with fishing grounds. Gulf Oil spill might become the nation's worst environmental disaster in decades, threatening hundreds of species of fish, birds and other wildlife along the Gulf Coast. It is important to note that the Gulf Coast is one of the world's richest seafood grounds where you can find a variety of shrimp, oysters and other marine life in abundance. Also there is fishing restrictions and wildlife after Gulf oil spill. Fishing restrictions mean thousands of boats have been tied up without doing anything. Oyster processing plants is also running out of supplies and are shutting down. Find these Gulf oil spill pictures for your reference and expect the price of seafood to go up.
Gulf oil spill photo gallery:
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