In this Tuesday May 18, 2010 photo provided by the Audubon Aquarium, the first sea turtle rescued from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill _ a baby Kemp's ridley _ lies, all soaped up, in its wading pool bathtub shortly after its arrival at the aquarium's Aquatics Center on New Orleans' west bank. The turtle was found about 35 miles from Venice, La., and was brought by boat and vehicle to New Orleans. (AP Photo/Audubon Nature Institute, Meghan Calhoun) NO SALES (Meghan Calhoun)

Oil spill: Rescue time

Slide show: Full impact of BP disaster hits, and efforts to save turtles, birds and other sea life are underway


Salon Art staff
May 21, 2010 12:21AM (UTC)

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