Oil drilling operations, like this one at Raccoon Point, have been going on for decades in the Big Cypress National Preserve. Environmentalists are fighting a proposed expansion.
Oil drilling operations, like this one at Raccoon Point, have been going on for decades in the Big Cypress National Preserve. Environmentalists are fighting a proposed expansion. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff
Oil drilling operations, like this one at Raccoon Point, have been going on for decades in the Big Cypress National Preserve. Environmentalists are fighting a proposed expansion. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff

Environmentalists say oil exploration will damage Big Cypress

January 05, 2016 6:05 PM

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