Who Lives in a Pineapple Under the Sea and is Latest Advocate for Amazon Reef?

BP is at it again.

The company that devastated the Gulf of Mexico with its Deepwater Horizon disaster wants to drill for oil near the pristine Amazon Reef. What could possibly go wrong?

Home to pink corals, sunset-colored fish and more than 60 species of sea sponge, the reef has been described as an "underwater rainforest" near the mouth of the Amazon River—and we're only just discovering how special it is.

But if BP's extreme drilling causes a spill, it could spell disaster for the reef and the wider area. We can't let this happen.

So starting this week, we're turning up the pressure on BP—working together to defend the reef from risky, spill-prone oil drilling.

And now we've got some help from an unlikely source. The Amazon Reef has a new champion—a celebrity advocate who'll stand up to BP and fight for justice.

His name? Spongebob Squarepants.

As a lifelong coral reef resident, Spongebob knows all about caring for our oceans—and he's got plenty of campaigning experience too. And with more than 60 species of sea sponge living on the Amazon Reef, for him this is personal.

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jean
jean

If Spongebob Squarepants can be an advocate for the OCEANS, so can we all!!

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