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Green fish in front of bottom of boat
The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill’s Hidden Impacts on Mahi-Mahi      
Mahi-mahi were more likely to be eaten and less likely to spawn after being exposed to sublethal concentrations of oil, raising concerns about the risks oceanic drilling pose to life in the ocean.
The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill’s Hidden Impacts on Mahi-Mahi      
The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill’s Hidden Impacts on Mahi-Mahi      

Mahi-mahi were more likely to be eaten and less likely to spawn after being exposed to sublethal concentrations of oil, raising concerns about the risks oceanic drilling pose to life in the ocean.

Mahi-mahi were more likely to be eaten and less likely to spawn after being exposed to sublethal concentrations of oil, raising concerns about the risks oceanic drilling pose to life in the ocean.

fish migration
view from below of hundreds of silver sardines swimming in the same direction
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