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Keep oil out of Arctic waters.

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Arctic Oil Drilling is Deadly for Seals

Oil companies are clamoring to start drilling in Arctic seas, threatening seals' homes and their lives. Spilled oil on seals' fur would remove their power of insulation and they could freeze to death. Inhaled oil and toxic fumes could keep seals from breathing properly, leading to painful and slow deaths.


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