CBS: LSU professor says BP oil disaster likely cause of Gulf fish with eroded fins and large dark lesions -- Almost 50% of snapper had infections in some areas (VIDEO)

Expert: BP spill likely cause of sick Gulf fish - CBS News, August 15, 2011:

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NOAA warns of sick fish with lesions and discolored skin in Gulf -- LSU scientist studying problem "very worried"

NOAA confirms sick fish in Gulf, Pensacola News Journal, May 25, 2011:

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Marine Toxicologist: "Amazing amounts" of oil still coming onshore (VIDEO)

Testimonial of Dr. Susan Shaw, Louisiana Environmental Action Network, April 20, 2011:

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CNN reports on "fish with strange sores" in Gulf

Gulf oil disaster still puzzles scientists, CNN, April 20, 2011 at 11:53 am EDT:

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Panama City, FL: Man dies of flesh-eating bacteria vibrio vulnificus -BCHD

Bay County Health Dept: Bacteria found in raw oysters caused death, WJHG, April 7, 2011 ... Read more >>

Cleanup worker: One person after another… I’m having kidney failure, my pancreas is rotted out, my liver won’t stop hurting (VIDEO)

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Fish with lesions are coming up every catch, fishermen from Pensacola and Panama City say

Gulf Coast Residents Dismayed as Effects of Oil Spill Continue, Courthouse News, March 30, 2011:

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March 21 NOAA meeting: “Shrimpers said they have pulled up nets full of oil”

Shrimpers in Biloxi also said that in places where shrimp have been plentiful, there are no shrimp now ... Read more >>

Relax says BP: It’s safe to touch “non-toxic” tar balls — Seafood is most safe in the world… who cares what medical professionals say (VIDEO)

What do you say to the medical professionals who have come out and said otherwise? -Reporter ... Read more >>

Problems with crab in Gulf — Fishermen know something is amiss

Crabbers distressed by what they're harvesting, Houma Today, March 15, 2011 ... Read more >>

Taco Bell told to buy Gulf shrimp, troubled fast food chain touts “Pacific Coast” shrimp instead

Boustany: Buy our shrimp, The Advertiser, March 11, 2011:

On Wednesday, U.S. Congressman Charles Boustany implored ... Read more >>

LSU professor: “There’s nothing there” — Fishermen “telling us that the reefs are just dead”

"We expect that if there is going to be a problem from the spill, it's going to be in reproductive biology" - James Cowan, a veteran researcher and professor at Louisiana State University's Department of Oceanography and Coastal Science ... Read more >>

“A Huge Number”: Shrimp tests show 4,000+ ppm petroleum hydrocarbons — Caught last week off Alabama coast (LAB REPORT)


4,054 ppm found in royal red shrimp by Analytical Chemical Testing Laboratory ... Read more >>

Same labs used by FDA and BP are finding “significant amounts” of oil toxins in crabs — Can be directly related to BP’s crude (VIDEO)

Testing from all over Gulf including, Pensacola Bay, other parts of Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi ... Read more >>

“We’re still in for major impacts” -- Not safe to eat, drink, fish or walk around (VIDEO)

This is the largest single environmental disaster in the world says chemist who analyzed Corexit for Exxon/Mobil ... Read more >>

Dolphins could get fatal “megadoses” from oil that was found in crab larvae

Evidence of Gulf Contamination in Blue Crab, CBS/AP, August 9, 2010:

...[S]cientists began finding specks of ...

Tears: “There are no crabs, you know. There are no crabs!” says daughter of crab-processing plant owners

BP, Dillard's, and Providence, Pam Brundige Batson of Mobile, AL, February 23, 2011:

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Crabs and fish wash up on Mississippi beach — More dead horseshoe crabs “than I’ve seen anywhere” over the last 10 months

PHOTO UPDATE FROM HORN ISLAND: Too Many Dead Horseshoe Crabs to Count; Remnant Oil Both ... Read more >>

“Big Problem”: NW Florida fishermen see massive decline in crabs, fish — BP oil disaster blamed (VIDEO)

Fishermen blame oil spill for decline in fish-catch, WCTV, February 16, 2011:

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Shrimper says it’s the “worst he has ever seen” — Only 4 buckets of small shrimp in 3 hours

After Spill, Grand Isle Ready For Tourists Again, WDSU, February 14, 2011:

James Santiny has been ...

DOA: Crabs “are not living as long as they should” during transit says seafood executive

As deadline looms, frustration mounts, Daily Comet, February 11, 2011:

Eric Blanchard’s business, Cajun Crab, is ...

And so it begins: FDA Deputy Director calls independent seafood testing “JUNK SCIENCE”

The ‘Junk Science’ Behind Independent Seafood-Safety Tests, Louisiana Seafood Promotion & Marketing Board, February 10, ... Read more >>

The List: Is Gulf seafood safe? (MUST READ)

The following reports are presented in response to the State of Louisiana's latest press release ... Read more >>

State of Louisiana: You can eat 1,500+ jumbo Gulf shrimp A DAY and not exceed FDA contamination levels

Louisiana state officials confirm seafood safety; state has tested more than 1,000 composite samples of ... Read more >>

Conan O’Brien vs. Gulf Seafood (VIDEO)

Conan O'Brien vs. Gulf Seafood,,  February ...

“Dire Situation” in Miami: Shrimpers wonder if BP Disaster to blame for “failure of shrimp to show up” — Oil and dispersant worries

Shrimpers at a loss as supply and economy sink, Miami Herald, February 8, 2011:

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Tests of Gulf oysters show carcinogenic heavy metal at 150-200 above times the safe level set by EPA

Private Seafood Tests Uncover Toxins Missed By Feds, Susan Buchanan for the Huffington Post, February ... Read more >>

State Official: Test results "don't matter" -- "You're exposed to more hydrocarbons filling up your car with gas" (VIDEO)

Seafood reps outraged over new study, Fox 8, February ... Read more >>

Top 13 animal “mysteries” in and around the Gulf over the last 7 days

Reports from February 2 - February 8:

World’s deadliest shark found 140 miles inland from Gulf ... Read more >>

Dauphin Island, Alabama: Tiger sharks have “increased dramatically” — Yet “there are so few shrimp”

Alabama and the Oil Spill, Gulf Fish Numbers Up, WBHM, February 4, 2011:

"For a number ...