It's not just the Gulf of Mexico.
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A Canada goose covered in oil attempts to fly out of the Kalamazoo River in Marshall, Mich., Tuesday, July 27. Crews were working to contain and clean up oil from a ruptured pipeline that poured into a creek and flowed into the Kalamazoo River in southern Michigan, coating birds and fish. An estimated 877,000 gallons of oil leaked from a pipeline into the river.
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An aerial view shows a cleared forest area under development for palm oil plantations in Kapuas Hulu district, Indonesia's West Kalimantan province on July 6. The photograph was taken as part of a media trip organised by conservationist group Greenpeace, which has campaigned against palm oil expansion in forested areas in Indonesia.
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Seashells coated with oil by the shore in Dalian on July 26, after a pipeline blast leaked 1,500 tonnes of heavy crude into the sea.