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North Sea oil slick threatens birds

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North Sea oil slick threatens birds


A ruptured pipeline owned by Shell could be the worst North sea oil leak in a decade. More than 1300 barrels have been spilt creating a 37 square Km slick off the Scottish port of Aberdeen.

Although it is not expected to reach land, environmentalists are concerned about the impact on sea birds.

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