Even though oil has stopped gushing from a damaged well at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico, the extent of the environmental damage is still being calculated. Scientists and environmentalists are assessing the long-term effects on wildlife in the region. Some of those creatures injured by the oil spill, but saved from further harm, are finding new homes throughout the United States. VOA’s Kane Farabaugh has more from Chicago:
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