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Oil spill devastation along Far Eastern coast

December 08, 2015, 13:53 UTC+3
Environmentalists and volunteers conducted a campaign to clean up shoreline and rescue birds
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Some 11 kilometres of coastline are contaminated after an oil spill from the Nadezhda tanker, carrying some 800 tonnes of oil products
Some 11 kilometres of coastline are contaminated after an oil spill from the Nadezhda tanker, carrying some 800 tonnes of oil products
Some 11 kilometres of coastline are contaminated after an oil spill from the Nadezhda tanker, carrying some 800 tonnes of oil products
© Sergei Krasnoukhov/TASS
Workers removing crude oil along the shoreline during a clean up operation after the tanker Nadezhda hit a reef during a storm on November 28 near the port city of Nevelsk, about 90 kilometres south west of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Sakhalin Island in Russia's Far East
Workers removing crude oil along the shoreline during a clean up operation after the tanker Nadezhda hit a reef during a storm on November 28 near the port city of Nevelsk, about 90 kilometres south west of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Sakhalin Island in Russia's Far East
Workers removing crude oil along the shoreline during a clean up operation after the tanker Nadezhda hit a reef during a storm on November 28 near the port city of Nevelsk, about 90 kilometres south west of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Sakhalin Island in Russia's Far East
© AP Photo/Sergey Krasnoukhov
On December 8, a 67 meters long mound approaching tanker was built
On December 8, a 67 meters long mound approaching tanker was built
On December 8, a 67 meters long mound approaching tanker was built
© Danil Demkin/TASS
Rescuers continued pumping oil
Rescuers continued pumping oil
Rescuers continued pumping oil
© Danil Demkin/TASS
Environmentalists and volunteers conducted a campaign to clean up shoreline and rescue birds. Of 69 birds affected by oil spill, only 9 survived
Environmentalists and volunteers conducted a campaign to clean up shoreline and rescue birds. Of 69 birds affected by oil spill, only 9 survived
Environmentalists and volunteers conducted a campaign to clean up shoreline and rescue birds. Of 69 birds affected by oil spill, only 9 survived
© Vyacheslav Kozlov/TASS
© Danil Demkin/TASS
© Vyacheslav Kozlov/TASS
Birds affected by an oil spill
Birds affected by an oil spill
Birds affected by an oil spill
© Vyacheslav Kozlov/TASS
© Danil Demkin/TASS
Bags of contaminated sand collected by workers in a clean up effort
Bags of contaminated sand collected by workers in a clean up effort
Bags of contaminated sand collected by workers in a clean up effort
© Danil Demkin/TASS
© Danil Demkin/TASS
© Vyacheslav Kozlov/TASS
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Some 11 kilometres of coastline are contaminated after an oil spill from the Nadezhda tanker, carrying some 800 tonnes of oil products
© Sergei Krasnoukhov/TASS
Workers removing crude oil along the shoreline during a clean up operation after the tanker Nadezhda hit a reef during a storm on November 28 near the port city of Nevelsk, about 90 kilometres south west of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Sakhalin Island in Russia's Far East
© AP Photo/Sergey Krasnoukhov
On December 8, a 67 meters long mound approaching tanker was built
© Danil Demkin/TASS
Rescuers continued pumping oil
© Danil Demkin/TASS
Environmentalists and volunteers conducted a campaign to clean up shoreline and rescue birds. Of 69 birds affected by oil spill, only 9 survived
© Vyacheslav Kozlov/TASS
© Danil Demkin/TASS
© Vyacheslav Kozlov/TASS
Birds affected by an oil spill
© Vyacheslav Kozlov/TASS
© Danil Demkin/TASS
Bags of contaminated sand collected by workers in a clean up effort
© Danil Demkin/TASS
© Danil Demkin/TASS
© Vyacheslav Kozlov/TASS

Some 11 kilometres of coastline are contaminated after an oil spill from the Nadezhda tanker, carrying some 800 tonnes of oil products. Environmentalists and volunteers conducted a campaign to clean up shoreline and rescue birds. On December 8, a 67 meters long mound approaching tanker was built. Oil spill devastation along Far Eastern coast - in this photo gallery by TASS

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