Threats to wildlife and coral populations are just some of the effects we're still seeing from the explosion.
Up to 10 million gallons of crude oil from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill has settled at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico.
The biggest red tide bloom seen in Florida in nearly a decade already has killed thousands of fish, and may pose a public health threat. Continue reading →
Four years after a BP oil rig exploded and flooded the Gulf of Mexico with an estimated 170 million gallons of oil, scientists have discovered further evidence of coral communities affected by this environmental disaster.
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Oil companies and environmental groups agree that leaving scuttled rigs on the ocean floor creates a rich environment for endangered marine species.
Scientists have revealed new video of the longest - and one of the most elusive - bony fish in the world. Continue reading →
Toxic algae kill 174 manatees and counting off Florida's Gulf coast this year, a new record. ->
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