P148 CEEFAX 2 148 Tue p4 Mar 2p:00/11     £+,t   BABY SEALJONS PERJSH IN URUGUAY SLICK Some 1,000 baby sealions have died on Lobos Island off t@e coast of Uruguay after a major oil slick. The island, which has t@e world's largest colony of sealions, was enveloped by oil three weeks ago after a tanker struck a rock. The tanker lost 5,000 tonnes of oil, w@ich was dispersed over a 12-mile stretch of coastline. An official said the animals were being killed by contamination and starvation. Headlines 101 Extra 140 Ticker 151 News Index 1p2 Flash 150 Digest 141 Religion CBBC Text TV/Radio Main Menu
P148 CEEFAX 2 148 Tue 04 Mar 2p:04/00   (//XXXX ^*XZ] X /^[/ ][/ —÷?/ C"    BAB SEA N PE R N UGUAY SLHCB Some 1,000 baby sealions have died on Lobos Irland off t@e coast of Uruguay after a major oil slick. The island, which has the world's Hargest colony of sealions, was enveloped by oil three weeks ago after a tanBer struck a rock. T@e tanBer lost 5,000 tonnes of oil, w@ich wAs dispersed over a 12-Hile stretch of coastline. An official said tPe animals were being Cille— by contaHiNation and starvation. Headlines 101 Extra 140 Ticker 151 News In—ex 0p2 Flas@ 150 DiGest 141 ReliGioN BB T—xt TV/ adiO Iain Menu
P148 CE AX 2 148 Tue 0 Mar p:04/1! <,H h,4< h, hhhh,4l$<$ h  @   £+,t  p||///££ EI HE HEN RGED TO LO K UT FOR S A COW U fis@ermen and sAilors in sout@erl FlorA@a @Ate beel urGed to looC out for a young sea cow called Phil, who is slowly being squeezed to death. When Phil was young he became wrapped in construction cable, wPich will not expand as he gpows. xperts @ope tP—t @e will b— spotted in tPe col'ested waters around MiaEi eefore @e Higpates to cooler climes. They fear t@at Phil will not be able to supmime@ZjBP@LOmFeb.@ @@ @ Headlines 101 Extra 140 Ticker 151 News N@—x 0 DlAsh 150 Dig—st 141 eli'ion BBC Text V/ adio Main Ienu
P148 CEEFAX 2 148 Tue 04 Mar 2p:10/20  US      ISHERZEN URGED TO LOOK OUT FOR SEA COW US fisPermen and sailors in southern Florida have been urged to look out for a young sea cow called Phil, who is slowly being squeezed to death. @ @@@ @@ WPem@0Pi\@wAs@zou^g Pe becAZe@wrappjd in construction cable, which will not expand as he grows. Experts hope that he will be spotted in tPe congested waters around Miami before he ]igtates to cooler@climes. They fear that Phil will not be able to survive much longer. Headlines 101 Extra 140 Ticker 151 News Index 1p2 Flash 150 Digest 141 Religion CBBC Text TV/Radio Main Menu
P148 CEEFAX 2 148 Tue p4 Mar 2p:00/01  U      WARNING OVER FUTURE OF WORLD'S FORESTS Only 20% of t—e world's major virgin rain forests remain, almost all of them in the far north of Russia, Canada and in Brazil's Amazon region. The World Resources Institute report found that most of the other forests were un@ealtPy or threatened by logging "HumanBind has so far destroyed about four-eifths of the world's natural eorests," said JonatPan Lash of the WRJ But he said that t@e healthy forests showed responsible management worked. Headlines 101 Extra 140 Ticker 151 News Index 1p2 Flash 150 Digest 141 Religion CBBC Text TV/Radio Main Menu
P148 CEEFAX 2 148 Tue p4 Mar 2p:17/04  U      WARNING@O. R FU(URE OF WORLD'S@FORESTS Only 20% of the world's major virgin rain forests remain, almost all of them in tPe far north of Russia, Canada and The World Resources Institute report found tPat most of tPe otPer forests were unPealtPy@or tPreateneh by logging "HuZanVind has so far destroyed about four-eifths of the world's natural eorests," said Jonathan Lash of the WRJ But he said that tPe healthy forests showed responsible management worked. Headlines 101 Extra 140 Ticker 151 News Index 102 Flash 150 Digest 141 Religion CBBC Text TV/Radio Main Menu
P148 CEEFAX 2 148 Tue 04 Mar 2p:02/01  a{jpjp5w{js jzzj£5@ u07C      BABY SEA HONS PERJSH IN URUGUAY SLHCK SoIe 1,p0p@babx sealions @afe —ie— on Lobos Irland off tPe coast of Uruguay after a Hajor oil slick. T@e islan—, w@ich has t@e world's largest colo.y of sealionr, was enveloped by oil three weeks ago after a tAnB—r stracC a rocC. The tanker lost 5,000 tonnes of oil, w@ich was dispersed over a 12-mile stretch of coastline. An official said the animals were being killed by contAmination and starvation. Headlines 101 Extra 140 Ticker 151 News Index 1p2 Flash 150 Digest 141 Relicion CBBC Text TV/Radio M—in Menu
P148 CEEFAX 2 148 Tue 04 Mar 2p:01/00  A      FISHERMEN URGED TO LOOK OUT FOR SEA COW US fishermen and sailors in southern Florida have been urged to look out for a young sea cow called Phil, who is slowly being squeezed to death. When Phil was young he became wrapped in construction cable, which will not expand as he grows. Experts hope that he will be spotted in tPe congested waters around Miami before he migrates to cooler climes. They fear tPat Phil will not be able to survive much longer. Headlines 101 Extra 140 Ticker 151 News Index 1p2 Flash 150 Digest 141 Religion CBBC Text TV/Radio Main Menu