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19 foot pipe from Japan washes up on shore from tsunami
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MORE Tsunami Debris From Japan Floats Up to Northwest Coasts

Washington and Oregon wildlife officials are looking over the latest arrival of tsunami visitors from Japan. The massive earthquake that triggered the tidal wave and wiped out the Fukushima nuclear plant in 2011 continues to bring a variety of items to the Washington and Oregon shorelines

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Homeland Security Developing Underwater Drones Shaped Like Fish & Beetles!

Some remarkable drones are being developed and actively tested.

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Boat Anchors from Japanese tsunami dock
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Pieces of Japanese Tsunami Dock Sent to Oregon Historical Society

They may be small, but two small pieces of the famous Japanese tsunami dock that washed up ashore near Newport OR have been sent to the Oregon Historical Society.

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Japanese Tsunamic Dock being cut up
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Japanese ‘Ghost’ Tsunami Dock Demolition Begins

Weeks after it washed ashore at Agate Beach on the Oregon coast near Newport, the demolition of the Japanese tsunami dock has finally begun.

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the dock that washed up at Newport OR
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Japanese Tsunami Wreckage – Growing Problem For NW Coast

It's gotten past the novelty stage now, and could be a growing - and expensive problem.

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7th Largest Earthquake Rocks Japan [VIDEO]

TOKYO -- A powerful tsunami spawned by the largest earthquake in Japan's recorded history slammed the eastern coast Friday, sweeping away boats, cars, homes and people as widespread fires burned out of control. Japan's Fire and Disaster Management Agency says at least 29 people have died in the quake and tsunami that hit the north.

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