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Around 30-40% of global crude oil is exported from the Arabian Gulf via the Gulf of Oman, threatens marine species and leading to coastal pollution. Many natural ponds commonly found adjacent to the coast are prone to oil pollution. We isolated 50 bacteria from five natural pond sites and were identified using MALDI-Biotyper. Four isolates biodegraded crude oil in minimal salt medium are reported in this study. The selected microbial species were Actinocorallia, Klebsiella, Pseudomonas, anddoi:10.15242/ijaaee.ae0316205 fatcat:uat52utxjbdffgrskrzcqyf6ci