Scientists see serious threat of oil slick to endangered species

06/2/2010 | LiveScience.com

Scientists said the oil slick that is diffusing in the Gulf of Mexico threatens the survival of endangered species. "The oil spill will not only have very dire effects on such highly visible creatures as seabirds and dolphins, but also threatens a multitude of bottom-dwelling organisms including the smalltooth sawfish, which already is in considerable trouble as its range diminished and its numbers dwindled," one scientist said.

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