epa02213578 Thick crude oil from the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill is seen collected in the Bay Jimmy marsh section of Barataria Bay near Port Sulphur, Louisiana, USA 20 June 2010. Plaquemines Parish officials are using portable vacuums to slowly collect the oil at their own expense. The BP oil spill is the largest in US history and continues to threaten wildlife, the ecosystem and the economy of the Gulf Coast as BP and government officials attempt to stop the flow and remove what has already been released. EPA/ERIK S. LESSER | Location: PORT SULPHER, LOUISIANA, United States.
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