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WATCH: A handful of endangered sea turtles were returned to the Mediterranean after surviving an oil spill in February 2021

WATCH: A handful of endangered sea turtles have been returned to Israel's Mediterranean waters after surviving an oil spill that required they undergo weeks of cleaning, including gastric purges with mayonnaise

WATCH: A handful of endangered sea turtles have been returned to Israel's Mediterranean waters after surviving an oil spill that required they undergo weeks of cleaning, including gastric purges with mayonnaise

WATCH: A handful of endangered sea turtles were returned to the Mediterranean after surviving an oil spill in February 2021

WATCH: A handful of endangered sea turtles were returned to the Mediterranean after surviving an oil spill in February 2021

WATCH: A handful of endangered sea turtles were returned to the Mediterranean after surviving an oil spill in February 2021

WATCH: Israel returned a handful of endangered sea turtles that survived an oil spill to the Mediterranean after a tar cleanup

WATCH: Endangered sea turtles were returned to Israel’s Mediterranean waters after surviving an oil spill. The rangers used cotton buds and wipes to clean the animals and fed them mayonnaise through a tube to expel oil

WATCH: A handful of endangered sea turtles have been returned to Israel's Mediterranean waters after surviving an oil spill that required they undergo weeks of cleaning, including gastric purges with mayonnaise

Hundreds of migrants saved in Mediterranean by Sea Watch

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German charity Sea-Watch sent help to the Mediterranean, coming to the aid of a rescue boat funded by British street artist Banksy, after the vessel issued urgent calls for assistance

WATCH: Marine life is moving around more than ever in the Mediterranean Sea, thanks to places being vacated by people during the lockdown

WATCH: Sea creatures in the Mediterranean off Italy are now more active, thanks to less human activity during lockdown

To migrants, the crew of the Sea-Watch 3 are heroes. To Italian officials, they’re criminals. We were on board for a standoff in the Mediterranean Sea.

This 31-year-old German captain of the humanitarian rescue ship Sea Watch is saving migrants in the Mediterranean and then standing up to Italian Interior Minister Salvini's heartless refusal to let them dock on land, so he has her arrested.

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WATCH: A cargo ship has collided with a container vessel in the Mediterranean Sea, resulting in an oil spill over two miles long.

WATCH: A cargo ship has collided with a container vessel in the Mediterranean Sea, resulting in an oil spill over two miles long.

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