Besides seabirds and wetlands' wildlife, the oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico is also threatening the world's most endangered sea turtles.
The Kemp's Ridley Turtle has been making a comeback in recent years with the help of conservationists.
But its migratory path takes it right through the polluted Gulf.
Al Jazeera's Franc Contreras reports from Mexico's northeastern Gulf Coast.
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