How Has the Oil Spill Affected the Coastal Waters of the Gulf of Mexico?

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Because of the oil spill, there were thousands of animals that died and some species that were nearly wiped out on the cosastal waters. The waters continue to be dangerous to swim in and those areas have been closed off. There are also some areas of the Gulf of Mexico that contain contaminated seafood. It's estimated that the coastal waters of the Gulf of Mexico won't be completely cleaned for another 10 years.
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