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A huge oil slick blackens the sand of pristine beach near Cape Moreton on Moreton Island, Queensland, Australia, Thursday. Workers started to clean up oil that washed up on Australian beaches from a cargo ship that leaked fuel when it was damaged by falling containers of fertilizer in stormy seas. AP Photo

Workers clean spilled oil from Australian beaches

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BRISBANE, Australia (AP) -- Workers rescued turtle eggs Thursday and started to clean up oil that washed up on Australian beaches from a cargo ship that leaked fuel when it was damaged by falling containers of fertilizer in stormy seas.

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