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Filmmaker and Oceanographer Michael DeGruy spoke with Piers Morgan last night about the situation underwater in the Gulf of Mexico one year after the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded. DeGruy says the coral near the well head is stressed and dying. He doesn't think the damage is done.
"You can't help but wonder is this really OK? Did we dodge a bullet? I don't think so ... I suspect that over time we will find issues," he said.
DeGruy noticed similarities between the disaster in the Gulf and the Exxon Valdez spill in Alaska. "If you look at Alaska that's exactly what happened," he said. "It was three years before the herring crashed in Alaska."