“The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says a second round of testing indicates migrating pelicans picked up oil spill contaminants in the Gulf of Mexico.
“Earlier testing found contaminants in pelican eggs. A new round of tests on bill knobs, which pelicans shed each year, found oil related contaminants in three-fourths of the birds tested. Oil dispersant chemicals were found in one-third of the birds,” via Minnesota Public Radio News.
BP temporarily suspended from new contracts with US government after record fine over Gulf of Mexico oil spill in 2010 bbc.in/StaXFS
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3 BP employees plead not guilty on Gulf oil spill chargescbsn.ws/Qr9otO
— CBS News (@CBSNews) November 28, 2012