As we continue to track the likely incoming flotsam from the disaster in Japan.
From his pile of debris Anderson drags out a round black float. It’s about 3-and-a-half feet long. He’s found 6 others like it and believes they’re from a Japanese oyster farm in the area where the tsunami hit last year.
These floats sit high in the water, which made them travel faster across the surface of the Pacific – pushed by wind as well as currents. People have reported seeing them from Oregon to British Columbia and Alaska.
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