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Rescuers Work to Save Wildlife Affected by California Oil Spill

Dead animals have been found almost daily since a pipeline failed May 19, releasing thousands of gallons of crude oil into the ocean and beaches of central California. While it will take years for scientists to gauge the spill's effects on the ecosystem, rescue workers are taking more immediate action by rescuing animals affected by the spill. Elephant seals and California sea lions may not like being at SeaWorld San Diego’s Oiled Wildlife Care Center, the primary care facility for...

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