Crabs provide evidence oil tainting Gulf food web
To assess how heavy a blow the BP oil spill has dealt the Gulf of Mexico, researchers are closely watching a staple of the seafood industry and primary indicator of the ecosystem's health: the blue crab.
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#1 Aug 9, 2010
Even if the crabs were fine and everything was hunky dory it still wouldn't be fine because nobody will buy our product any more. Idiots from BP can do photo-ops of them eating seafood but consumers across the nation won't be so kind.
Suppliers aren't buying from the fisherman and won't for yrs or even decades to come -- the verdict:
They're pulling out.
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