Environment

Oct 26, 2009

PHOTO GALLERY: Timor Sea oil spill

Shocking photos from a WWF visit research trip to survey the damage caused by a recent oil leak in the Timor Sea, an area containing some of the most iconic and threatened species in the ocean.

Last month, the World Wildlife Fund sent a team of scientists to survey the damage caused by the recent oil leak in the Timor Sea. Millions of litres of oil are pouring into the ocean from the Montara oil rig, located off the Kimberley coast, an area that contains a huge amount of marine life, including some of the most iconic and threatened species in the ocean. Bob Gosford has more on the disaster here. [gallery link="file" columns="2"]

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