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Experts clean oil-tainted bird in Louisiana

2010-05-27 02:55:31 GMT2010-05-27 10:55:31 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Bird rescue experts clean a nearly three-year-old brown pelican in the Mexico Gulf wildlife rehabilitation center at Fort Jackson, south Louisiana, the United States, May 25, 2010. BP started a so-called "top kill" operation Wednesday afternoon in an attempt to plug a undersea gusher in the Gulf of Mexico. (Xinhua/Zhang Jun)

Bird rescue experts clean a nearly three-year-old brown pelican in the Mexico Gulf wildlife rehabilitation center at Fort Jackson, south Louisiana, the United States, May 25, 2010. BP started a so-called "top kill" operation Wednesday afternoon in an attempt to plug a undersea gusher in the Gulf of Mexico. (Xinhua/Zhang Jun)

An artist draw the picture when bird rescue experts clean a nearly three-year-old brown pelican in the Mexico Gulf wildlife rehabilitation center at Fort Jackson, south Louisiana, the United States, May 25, 2010. BP started a so-called "top kill" operation Wednesday afternoon in an attempt to plug a undersea gusher in the Gulf of Mexico. (Xinhua/Zhang Jun)

Bird rescue experts clean a nearly three-year-old brown pelican in the Mexico Gulf wildlife rehabilitation center at Fort Jackson, south Louisiana, the United States, May 25, 2010. BP started a so-called "top kill" operation Wednesday afternoon in an attempt to plug a undersea gusher in the Gulf of Mexico. (Xinhua/Zhang Jun)

Bird rescue experts clean a nearly three-year-old brown pelican in the Mexico Gulf wildlife rehabilitation center at Fort Jackson, south Louisiana, the United States, May 25, 2010. BP started a so-called "top kill" operation Wednesday afternoon in an attempt to plug a undersea gusher in the Gulf of Mexico. (Xinhua/Zhang Jun)

Bird rescue experts clean a nearly three-year-old brown pelican in the Mexico Gulf wildlife rehabilitation center at Fort Jackson, south Louisiana, the United States, May 25, 2010. BP started a so-called "top kill" operation Wednesday afternoon in an attempt to plug a undersea gusher in the Gulf of Mexico.

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