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Toxic Japan tsunami debris poses U.S. coastal threat
Toxic substances from the March 2011 tsunami that roared across Japan are reaching U.S. states along the West Coast, and contamination is a risk, scientists said Monday.
Tsunami soccer ball from Japan hits Alaskan shore, owner found
If soccer balls could talk this one would tell a story about floating and floating and then floating. It is from a school in Japan and was swept out to sea in last year's Tsunami and, after a year of floating, it has turned up on an Alaskan shore.
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