Southern California oil spill: dead birds, fish washed ashore

19 In Santa, the largest ever oil spill in California’s waters near Santa Barbara, spilled an estimated 10,000,000 to 10,000,000 barrels of crude oil over a 10-day period, killing about 3,500 seabirds, as well as marine animals. As dolphins, elephant seals and sea lions. It allegedly provided Inspiration for Earth Day. The latest spill estimate is 3,000 barrels so far.

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