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In this photo taken Wednesday, July 21, 2010, and released by Greenpeace on July 22, 2010, an employee scoops up dead snails at the Guotai Water Products Farm, less than a mile away from the site of the oil spill at Xingang Port in Dalian in northeast China's Liaoning province. China National Petroleum Corp. said Thursday a vital pipeline has resumed operations after an explosion caused the country's largest reported oil spill. Cleanup efforts, marred by the drowning death of a worker, continued over 165 square mile stretch of water blanketed in thick, dark oil Thursday, after an official warned the spill posed a severe threat to sea life and water quality. (AP Photo/Greenpeace, Jiang He)
Photo by: Jiang He
In this photo taken Wednesday, July 21, 2010, and released by Greenpeace on July 22, 2010, an employee scoops up dead snails at the Guotai Water Products Farm, less than a mile away from the site of the oil spill at Xingang Port in Dalian in northeast China's Liaoning province. China National Petroleum Corp. said Thursday a vital pipeline has resumed operations after an explosion caused the country's largest reported oil spill. Cleanup efforts, marred by the drowning death of a worker, continued over 165 square mile stretch of water blanketed in thick, dark oil Thursday, after an official warned the spill posed a severe threat to sea life and water quality. (AP Photo/Greenpeace, Jiang He)

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