Southern California oil spills: Dead birds, fish washed on the shore

The largest oil spill in California, near Santa Barbara in 1969, spilled an estimated 800 to 100,000 crude oil in 10 days and killed an estimated 3,500 seabirds, as well as such sea creatures. such as holphins, elephant seals, and sea lions. It is said to have given impetus to Earth Day. The most recent leak so far is estimated at three thousand bills.

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