Alabama environmental dangers keep presenting
June 24th, 2010|
June 24, 2010
We hear a lot about the many environmental dangers that have resulted or are impending due to the Gulf oil spill. However, some of those Alabama environmental dangers could have long-term and far-reaching effects.
According to the Associated Press, a type of sea holly that is commonly washed ashore may be suffocating because of the oil spill. That sea holly, or as it is scientifically known, Sargassum algae, is the key to survival for many forms of sea life.
If this sea holly suffers due to Alabama environmental dangers associated with the Gulf oil spill, then marine life as far away as 3,000 miles in the Sargasso Sea could be affected. The destruction of such plants could leave the fishing industry damaged for years.
The sea holly is just one more casualty of Alabama environmental dangers that continue to surface in the continuous Gulf oil spill.
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