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In pictures: Bangladesh oil spill clean-up

An oil spill from a crashed tanker in Bangladesh's Sundarbans waterways is threatening a rare dolphin sanctuary and part of the world's largest mangrove forest. Despite the threat to the environment and people's livelihoods, some local residents ...
 BBC3 days ago

Sunderbans oil spill: Dolphins will be first to take a hit, say greens

KOLKATA: The tanker crash that caused the oil spill in the protected Sunderbans, the first disaster on this scale in the area, was an accident "waiting to happen", say environmentalists. Both tankers were in a no-go zone that was declared a ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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First dead Irrawaddy dolphin located after Bangladesh oil spill, more deaths expected

Dhaka Tribune The salvage of the wrecked oil tanker took more than two days, while authorities in Bangladesh failed to contain or clean up the oil. Now, the first of what is expected to be a myriad of deaths of a rare Irrawaddy dolphin has ...
 Sott.net5 days ago First Rare Irrawaddy Dolphin Found Dead After Bangladesh Oil Spill, More Deaths Expected  Inquisitr6 days ago First dead dolphin found after Bangladesh oil spill  Brunei Times1 week ago Dead dolphin spotted after oil spill in Bangladesh  China.org.cn1 week ago
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Oil spill in India threatens rare dolphins

An oil spill from a tanker has spread along a 40km (25 mile) section of the Sela river in India threatening a population of Irrawaddy dolphins. The tanker, which is thought to have been carrying 350,000 litres (75,000 gallons) of oil, collided ...
 Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society6 days ago

Oil spill \\\\\\'did not kill\\\\\\' dolphin

:09:40 A A- A+ Oil spill 'did not kill' dolphin Forest officials have claimed that oil spill from a sunken oil tanker in Shela River in Chandpai Range in the Sundarbans has not killed any dolphin. However, environmentalists have expressed ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago
Financial Express Bangladesh

Oil spill may spell disaster for endangered dolphins: experts

:09:10 A A- A+ Experts have warned that a massive oil spill triggered by Tuesday's oil tanker capsize in Shela River in Chandpai Range have seriously threaten the Irrawaddy dolphins in the Sundarbans. The mangrove delta is home of this ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago

No alternative to heeding experts to save Sundarban

It is indeed worrying that the oil spill from the tanker that sank in the River Shela flowing through Sundarban on December 9 poisoned the food chain of the largest mangrove forest of the world. As New Age reported on Thursday quoting two experts ...
 New Age Bangladesh3 days ago Govt apathy to Sundarban oil spill continues  New Age Bangladesh1 week ago A fallout of govt apathy to Sundarban  New Age Bangladesh1 week ago
Livemint.com

Sundarbans oil spill: Lessons to be learnt

A bird covered in oil lies on the banks of Bangladesh's Sela River after an oil-tanker carrying 350,000 litres of furnace oil collided with another vessel in Mongla on 14 December. Photo: AFP On 9 December, a cargo vessel collided with an oil ...
 Livemint.com3 days ago Bangladesh development threatens fragile Sundarbans mangrove  Malay Mail3 days ago Bangladesh development 'threatens Sundarbans'  China Post2 days ago Bangladesh development threatens world's largest mangrove forest  Asiaone3 days ago
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Mongabay.com

Children Struggle to Clean Oil Spill in Sundarbans

On December 9th, a tanker slammed into another vessel along the Shela River in the world's largest mangrove forest: the Sundarbans in Bangladesh. The tanker sank, spilling an estimated 75,000 gallons (350,000 liters) of fuel oil into waterways that ...
 Epoch Times5 days ago Children 'clean' oil spill with kitchen utensils in the Sundarbans  Mongabay.com6 days ago In pics: oil-covered Sundarbans mangrove forest in Shela River  Xinhua News Agency1 week ago Tedious, manual cleanup on  Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago
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