Naturalist Jack Rudloe has started a Noah's Ark for animals affected by the Gulf oil spill. It includes over 350 species:

We have to get as many animals in there as we can and then if the conditions permit, be able to put some of them back and get some things started. I don't believe that the oil is gone. It's still out there in cold water, little tiny droplets that could come spilling up here in the wrong conditions of one or two hurricanes.

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