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Numbers growing at 'penguin palace'
International praise for oil spill wildlife response
Challenging task for wildlife pathologist
From Bay Area to Bay of Plenty
New home for Tauranga penguins
Vet heads to East Cape as oil spill spreads
Aviaries being built to preserve rare birds
Rare birds rescued from oil slick
Watch how we are helping feathered victims of the oil spill
Wildlife Centre steps up oil spill response
'Oil spill won't affect clean green image – yet'
Seven Massey staff involved in Tauranga oil spill clean-up
Massey's oiled wildlife response team in Tauranga
Created: 18/10/2011 | Last updated: 18/10/2011
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When an oil spill occurs, response teams need to act quickly to save the affected wildlife – but lack of available freshwater can make this task difficult.