Three years after well blowout, declining seafood catches and deformities point to an environment in distress. (Photo: Erika Blumenfeld)
New Orleans – Hundreds of kilograms of oily debris on beaches, declining seafood catches, and other troubling signs point towards an ecosystem in crisis in the wake of BP’s 2010 oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.
"It’s disturbing what we’re seeing," Louisiana Oyster Task Force member Brad Robin told Al Jazeera. "We don’t have any more baby crabs, which is a bad sign. We’re seeing things we’ve never seen before."
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