Fears for rare wildlife as oil ‘catastrophe’ strikes Sundarbans

Telegraph: Environmental authorities have been placed on high alert amid fears a major oil spill off India's east coast could threaten the habitats and lives of rare animals including dolphins, tigers and crocodiles. Around 77,000 gallons of oil spilled into the waters of the world-famous Sundarbans nature reserve in neighbouring Bangladesh on Tuesday after a collision between a tanker and another vessel. "This catastrophe is unprecedented in the Sundarbans and we don't know how to tackle this," Amir......

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