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Environmentalist Scrapbook

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FC: Environmentalist Scrapbook | Gulf Oil Spill By:Elizabeth Cagle

1: Many animals have been affected by the oil in their environments. | Some of these animals are..

2: Shellfish | Shellfish refers to many animals such as lobsters, mollusks, and crabs. | Florida Spiny Lobster (crawfish)

3: The exposure to the oil as well as chemicals used in clean-up affects the shellfish's reproduction, growth, and behavior. | Crab | Oysters | Mussels

4: Sharks | Whale Shark | Nurse Shark

5: These are the sharks that are currently being affected by the oil. The nurse sharks breed where the oil was split and whale sharks filter feed causing them to take in oil.

6: Sea Turtles | Green Turtle | Turtles near the oil spill may eat tar balls. They also have no place to lay their eggs when the beaches become contaminated.

7: Fish | Marlin are on the top of the food chain so they eat fish that have become contaminated with the oil. | Marlin

8: Bluefin Tuna | The tuna breed in the Gulf of Mexico and the young fish are especially vulnerable to the toxins in the oil. | Grouper | The groupers live in coral reefs and when the oil slick hits these areas the grouper's lose their homes.

9: Birds | Brown Pelican | The bird's hunting style involves diving into the water. This allows the oil to coat the bird's feathers. | Shorebirds | The oil coats the beaches where these birds feed and nest.

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  • Title: Environmentalist Scrapbook
  • Webquest project showing animals and beaches affected by the Gulf Oil spill.
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  • Published: over 7 years ago