Dispersants create a toxic environment for fish by releasing harmful oil break-down products into the water. ... Dispersants and dispersed oil have also been shown to have toxic effects on bird eggs that are similar or worse than from untreated oil.
The most appropriate postoperative
feeding regimen is; the mother should start feeding the infant with a small quantity of the formula and it should be done slowly
to prevent the infant from vomiting which is likely to occur after the first
feeding and to also ensure that the infant burp frequently.