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The oil crisis in the Gulf of Mexico is in its 71st day with no firm end in sight. Beaches in Biloxi, Mississippi are now closed after oily sludge and tar patties washed up on shore.
Although more than a hundred workers are trying to clean up the sections of beach, work is slow-going because new deposits of oil and tar are washed ashore every day.
As the economic and ecological costs to tourism, wildlife and fishing continue to mount in Mississippi, more tough work is indeed still ahead.