- Pseudomonas alcaligenes - Can degrade hydrocarbons like benzene, and methane.
- Alcanivorax borkumensis - A bacteria that can degrade, or eat, oil hydrocarbons specifically.
- Oleispirea Antarctica - Probably the most rare, and unpredictable of the hydrocarbon thriving bacteria. This is only found in Rod Bay, and the Ross Sea in Antarctica. This one because of its rarity, could mutate, or do something very unpredictable.
- Oceaniserpentilla Haliotis - This is another rare hydro carbon degrading bacteria that can only be found in the Tasman Sea between New Zealand and Australia. This also has the potential to do unpredictable things.
Notice how the BBC reporter is rudely cut off from asking too many questions. I find this video very interesting. If you live in the United States in a similar area that I do, then here is the link to the BBC video. Try to play it. It will not play if you are in my region. This is a conspiracy in itself. There is something they aren't telling us you can be sure of that. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00c31mn
UPDATE: Hundreds of baby dolphins have washed up on the shore of Alabama and Mississippi. Was this a direct result of the BP tampering with these bacteria so that they could degrade this oil? It is the first breeding season since the spill, and dolphins are very smart animals. Why is this happening? No one knows. All across the globe there has been very strange animal deaths and sea creatures washing up for no reason. This dolphin situation is one of those sad stories. Trust me this time it most definitely wasn't fireworks. Leave a comment and please let me know what you think about this.
Baby Dolphins Wash Up Dead on Gulf Coast
Bio Remediation Admitted by BP and Huffington Post
BP Admits Using Genetically Modified Bacteria During Oil Disaster&