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Undead 'Floaters' Caught In Oil Spill

Posted:
5.30.10

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An unusual, but possibly beneficial side effect of the disastrous Gulf coast oil spill was reported by BP on Sunday.

Managing Director Dudley Philips said on CNN's State of the Nation" that "a surprising number of reanimates have been drawn out of the oil slick."

"They have probably been floating around in the ocean for a long time and the oil spill has entrapped them along with the rest of the marine life in the area. We have been fishing them out all week."

When asked to put a number to the amount of zombified remains retrieved, Philips said "somewhere in the region of 30-40. Most of them still animated" It is widely recognized that the undead can float great distances following oceanic currents. The natural bloating of the body due to gases expelled after becoming deceased, makes the necro-mortosis ridden corpses extra buoyant.

However, experts are quick to point out that most do not make it to the shore. "Many are attacked and eaten by natural sea predators, sharks in particular" said leading marine biologist with the Oceanographic Institute of Miami, "Dr. Ruth Tsuk. Typically, there are between 100-200 reported within the open oceans every month. Most are fished out by coast guards, but it's a dangerous job indeed. It's becoming an increasing problem. One that isn't going away anytime soon."

The Miami outbreak of July 2007 was in fact widely believed to have been caused by a 'floater' caught in the nets of a Florida trawler. Many similar incidents in Florida caused the temporary closing of beaches in Miami for much of 2007.

BP experts admit that the current undead problem is confounding efforts to cap the oil well from spilling thousands of barrels of oil into the Gulf per day. But add that the side benefit that it 'Rids the area of potentially dangerous undead' cannot be ignored.

A spokesperson for Greenpeace however, disputes the claim. "We think this is a cynical attempt by BP's publicity machine to divert international condemnation away from the environmental disaster that they have incurred in the Gulf region."


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