Endangered is the key word in today’s Green Buzz.
- Three years after the worst oil spill in American history, where are BP’s oiled animals? (MNN)
- Endangered clean meat? More than half of supermarket meat tested positive for superbugs. (New York Times)
- Lionfish are gobbling up native fish and corals in the Gulf, like a “living oil spill.” (NPR)
- No surprise here: America’s most controlled and plumbed river is also its most endangered. (Huffington Post)
- Lead poisoning: The rare California Condors are ingesting lead bullets and dying. (BBC News)
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