Oil spill threatens way of life on Louisiana bayou

Reuters: For part-time fisherman and deckhand Randy Arceneaux, this season was supposed to mark his first chance to trawl for shrimp with his very own boat. And this was supposed to be the year he took his son out with him on the marshy backwaters of southern Louisiana's bayou country for the first time, to begin teaching the boy how to fish, catch crabs, hunt small game. But a deep-sea wellhead owned by energy giant BP ruptured just weeks before the shrimp season was due to open, ......

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