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Gulf Oil Spill: June 21, 2010

Daniel Beltra I Greenpeace photo. The Q4000 (left rear) and Discoverer Enterprise (foreground) are currently collecting about 25,000 barrels of oil a day inthe Gulf oil spill.
Photo by Daniel Beltra/Greenpeace
The Mighty Servant 3 works with two vessels of opportunity to recover crude oil from the Gulf of Mexico on June 18.
BP photo
USCG photo. An oiled gannet is cleaned at the Theodore Oiled Wildlife Rehabilitation Center on June 17, 2010.
U.S. Coast Guard photo
Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries photo. Oiled pelican stands on a rock.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Photou
Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries photo. A biologist nets an oiled pelican on the beach at Grand Isle.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Photo
Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries photo. An oiled pelican stands behind an oiled boom.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Photo
Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries photo. An oil-covered brown pelican is placed in cage for transport.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Photo
Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries photo. A mat of oil on a beach at Pass a Loutre.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Photo
BP photo. A vessel of opportunity helps with skimming operations in Wilkinson Bayou, and Bay Jimmy near the north side of Barataria Bay, Louisiana on June 20.
BP photo
USCG photo. Boats from the Vessel of Opportunity program participate in the clean up efforts around Bay Jimmy near Grand Isle, La., June 21, 2010.
U.S. Coast Guard photo
NASA photo. The oil appears as a maze of silvery-gray ribbons in this photo-like image from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite.
NASA photo
Alaska Disptach

Photographs from the Deep Water Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico (June 21).