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How might the oil affect the coastal food web in coastal ecosystems?

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If the tiny sea plant life die, the fish would die as they have a lack of food and this can not be sustained. If the fish die from oil poisoning or no food, the birds like seagulls would die as they too have no food because they eat the fish. Also,
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