Marine life suffers near BP’s Deepwater Horizon site | New Orleans’ Multicultural News Source | The Louisiana Weekly

Dolphins and fish are dying at distressing rates as oil and dispersants from BP’s 2010 spill lurk in Gulf waters and south Louisiana marshes. Last month, Riki Ott, marine toxicologist and former Alaska fisherwoman, said “the Gulf looks a lot like Prince William Sound,” where the Exxon Valdez spill occurred in 1989. “Our collapse came four years in. I don’t like what I’m seeing with Gulf shrimp, crabs and dolphins.”

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