Nearly Five Years After the BP Spill, Animals Are Still Dying in the Gulf of Mexico

Nearly five years after the Deepwater Horizon disaster unleashed an undersea gusher in the Gulf of Mexico, environmentalists say the spill's aftermath still threatens marine life in the region.

The National Wildlife Federation (NWF) says dolphins are still dying in abnormally high numbers off the coast of Louisiana, the recovery of an endangered sea turtle has stalled, and deep-sea corals are showing signs of damage from oil exposure. In a new, 29-page report, the wildlife advocates look at how 20 species have fared since the blowout and say many more were likely hurt.