Ask CBS News: Does BP Have Wildlife Fund?

In our ongoing "Ask CBS News" segment, we've answered your questions about the Gulf oil spill. Viewers can leave questions on "CBS Evening News" Anchor Katie Couric's Twitter page or the CBS News Facebook page.

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Tonight we answered another one of your questions.

A viewer asked: "Has BP established any type of wildlife fund to help with the animals?"

CBS News Correspondent Kelly Cobiella answered from Port St. Joe, Fla., that the money BP makes from the oil recovered from this spill will go toward the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. BP has already made a $5 million donation.

Viewers can find information about the foundation and other organizations helping animals affected by the spill here.

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