Eyeless Shrimp, Clawless Crabs, & Other Nightmarish Effects of the Gulf Oil Spill
Deformed Gulf Shrimps On the left is a Gulf shrimp with growths, while on the right are a group of shrimps without either eyes or eye sockets. Left: Keath Ladner. Right: Erika Blumenfeld/Al Jazeera Al Jazeera just published a thoroughly disturbing report on the deformed fish and shellfish that are being pulled from the Gulf in the wake of the BP oil spill. Shrimp without eyes or even eye sockets, snapper with large pink growths, undersized and misshapen crabs--the fishermen in the Gulf that Al Jazeera talked to have never seen anything like it. An excerpt from the report: Darla Rooks, a lifelong fisherperson from Port Sulfur, Louisiana, told Al Jazeera she is finding crabs "with holes in their shells, shells with all the points burned off so all the spikes on their shells and claws are gone, misshapen shells, and crabs that are dying from within ... they are still alive, but you open them up and they smell like they've been dead for a week". Rooks is also finding eyeless shrimp, shrimp with abnormal gr
Thu 19 Apr 12 from Discover Magazine
Eyeless Shrimp, Clawless Crabs, & Other Nightmarish Effects of the Gulf Oil Spill, Thu 19 Apr 12 from Discover Magazine
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Thu 19 Apr 12 from Discovery.com
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Wed 18 Apr 12 from FOXNews
Deformed Gulf Shrimps On the left is a Gulf shrimp with growths, while on the right are a group of shrimps without either eyes or eye sockets. Left: Keath Ladner. Right: Erika Blumenfeld/Al ...
Wed 18 Apr 12 from Popular Science
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Tue 24 Apr 12 from Mongabay.com
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