A bird rescue team captures an oiled pelican for cleaning on Cat Island in Barataria Bay on June 6, 2010, near Grand Isle, La. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Today's photo depicts what happened after an oiled pelican was discovered. According the Deepwater Horizon Response, as of Sunday morning, 1,036 animals have been recovered, 812 of which were deceased. But the New York Times, as of Monday, reported that a total of 1,142 animals, including birds, sea turtles and dolphins, have been collected, 871 of which were dead.

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