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Rescue workers in the Atlantic are struggling to save tens of thousands of endangered Northern Rockhopper penguins after a ship carrying heavy fuel ran aground and split in two...leaking more than 1600 tons of crude oil into the ocean.
“It’s estimated that about 300 penguins have already died, after a cargo ship ran aground and split in half--spilling oil, diesel fuel and soybeans it was carrying, into the sea.” (Video Source: KCPQ)
A National Geographic contributor arrived at the small island chain--where he surveyed the damage himself:
“There’s an added element of tragedy for the people of Tristan, a population of less than 300, who have always prided themselves in the pollution-free state of their islands. The remaining population has been penned in to prevent them from going back into the sea. This was such a difficult thing to witness, and I hope that I never have to see it again.”
CNN reports the massive penguin population, which is estimated at 150,000, accounts for 40% of the world’s total. Experts are expecting the worst.
“[A]n oil sheen has surrounded the island chain, which officials say could lead to an environmental disaster.”
BBC interviewed a UK charity spokesman--who focused on what the spill means to the small community of people on Nightingale Island, which is part of a British territory.
“Another worry for Tristan is the Rock Lobster fishery, and that’s Tristan’s main-stay, it’s what that community runs on, it’s their only export, and we know that the crayfish born in the shallows and it’s a top-end product that’s relies on coming from a clean environment.”
The New York Times’ Green blog also points out it isn’t just penguins and people being affected...
“Other species have also been oiled, including giant petrels and fur seal pups, though the penguins seem to be the primary victims of the spill.”
According to a UK wildlife preservation group, the Northern Rockhopper penguin is one of the world’s most threatened penguin species.
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