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“Crude oil and refined fuel when spills into the sea from a tanker of ships by accident”. Discuss the consequences of this on the environment.
Crude oil and refined fuel are nonsolvable in water i. e. the float on the surface of the water. This leads to most of the aquatic life difficulty in breathing and surviving, which in many ways lead to bad consequences in the whole ecosystem in long run. Moreover, water gets polluted and these fuels may also circulate in rain cycle to cause acid rains. Hence such accidents are really harmful to the environment
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