Biologists fear that spill could be a ‘disaster ecologically’

McClatchy Newspapers: Scientists and environmentalists worry that 3,500 miles of Gulf of Mexico coastline from Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula to Cape Sable in Florida's Everglades National Park , ringed with rich, diverse habitats where many imperiled birds and animals breed and feed, would be at risk if the oil spill reaches them. "It has the potential of being a disaster ecologically," said John Bente , the lead biologist for 13 coastal state parks in Florida . "It's just frightening." In his office ......

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