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October 19, 2011

Oil Spill Disaster on New Zealand Shoreline

"We live in a material world"-  Madonna once sang - but now we more or less live in a world where humans are spoiling everything around us with a speed never seen before - so I would say we live in a "Demolished world" and we humans are defently our own worst enemy. Stupidity will probably put an end to our very existence one day. We can build huge monuments, make extreemly powerful weapons and even send people to the Moon (or at least pretend we did!! :O)  - BUT we can't live in co excistence with our surroundings without constanly damaging really fragile areas on this fantastic planet we live on. I only have one word to describe this situation and it is - SAD!!!!!!!


So now it happened again.........



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Liberian-flagged container ship called the Rena ran aground on Astrolabe Reef, 14 miles offshore from Tauranga Harbor on New Zealand's North Island. In addition to the 2,100 containers aboard, the Rena was carrying 1,700 tons of fuel oil and another 200 tons of diesel fuel. A cracked hull and rough seas have dislodged more than 80 containers and spilled some 300 tons of oil already, fouling Tauranga beaches and reportedly killing some 1,000 birds so far. Salvage teams are racing to offload as much remaining oil as possible while cleanup crews are hard at work, coping with New Zealand's worst environmental disaster in decades.


Here is some of the very sad pictures from this situation in New Zealand.
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