Yes, an oil spill can catch fire. Oil is less dense than water and it floats on top of the surface, giving it plenty of access to oxygen. Oil is also very flammable and can catch fire very easily. Once the oil catches fire, the air at the surface provides plenty of oxygen to keep the oil lit.
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