Gallery: 40 Tons of Japanese Tsunami Debris Land on Alaskan Island


40 tons of debris from last year’s tsunami in Japan just washed up on Montague Island in Alaska’s Prince William Sound. Today workers today launched a massive cleanup on the largest uninhabited island in the United States, which has been inundated with everything from buoys to fuel jugs. The project is expected to last two weeks and is the first large project to collect and dispose of tsunami debris.

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