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People come together to save Gulf Coast's oil-covered wildlife

The oil spill has had an enormous impact on the wildlife in the Gulf of Mexico. Concerned citizens and animal activists are trying to help by rescuing and rehabilitating injured birds, turtles and other creatures.

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