Monday, August 23, 2010

Marine Life swarming to escape “low oxygen” due to BP’s oil and methane

Senior scientist says “catfish, shrimp, crab and flounder piled up along an offshore sandbar” while swarming to escape “low oxygen” due to BP’s oil and methane

Bloomberg news reports that Scientists are witnessing the first ever occurrence of massive hypoxia in open waters due to low oxygen levels from methane and oil from the BP Gulf Oil Spill. Marine life swarming the shoreline to “escape oxygen-depleted sea waters.

READ MORE AT THE LINK:
http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2010/08/23/senior-scientist-catfish-shrimp-crab-flounder-piled-offshore-sandbar-swarming-escape-oxygen-due-bps-oil-methane-3440/

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