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Nearly 8 Months After BP Oil Spill, U.S. Gulf Coast Still Affected

Mario Tama, Getty Images

VENICE, LA – DECEMBER 05: Migratory white pelicans sit on the battered shorline of an island damaged by oil from the BP oil spill December 5, 2010 in Barataria Bay, Louisiana. Nearly eight months after the spill, oil remains along the shoreline of some of the barrier islands in the area and has killed off sections of marsh grass. Some of the islands are nesting areas for birds. BP lawyers said that government estimates of the size of the oil spill are too large in a dispute that will mark how many billions of dollars in fines the oil giant will have to pay. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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