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Japanese 'tsunami fish' hitch ride on boat to Wash.beach. http://www.katu.com/news/local/Japanese-tsunami-fish-hitch-ride-on-boat-to-Wash-beach-201765991.html

Tsunami Debris FishCredit: Travis Haring (WDFW)A small fish found aboard a boat that washed ashore in Washington state on March The boat was a Japanese skiff that may have been set loose by the 2011 Japan tsunami.

Possible tsunami debris, this boat was found in Crescent City, Calif.

Possible Tsunami Debris Washes Up In California

A barnacle-encrusted boat with Japanese lettering, possible tsunami debris, was discovered on a Northern California beach.

Love vintage glass bouys/fishing floats!! ..♥.. ⚓ ..♥.. #beachhouse & #lincolncityoregon..♥.. ⚓ ..♥.. #glassfloats

Glass fishing floats in a french dough bowl. Have the dough bowl.where to find the glass fishing floats?

I thought it would take years to fill this large wine-making bottle (carboy) with beach glass, but it appears that I might have to buy another one soon!

this must be a collection from a lifetime of walks on the beach! Next project; filling a bottle of SeaGlass Wine.

Driftwood Beach, Jekyll Island, Georgia

Jekyll island, GA-Remains of a maritime forest-prime example of the erosion that is transforming Georgia's barrier islands.

Fish Sustainable / Huff Post

We all know that fish can be a great source of heart-healthy lean protein. In fact, according to the Mayo Clinic, swapping in one or two servings of fish as your protein each week can lower heart attack risk by up to one-third. That's thanks to heart.

Drifting leaves or living fish? Click photo to get to know the Amazon leaffish (Monocirrhus polyacanthus).

Amazon Leaffish (Monocirrhus polyacanthus)

Drifting leaves or living fish? Click photo to get to know the Amazon leaffish (Monocirrhus polyacanthus).

"Fit to be Tied" ~ Photography by Joel Cyr - Rope on a Rocky Beach, British Columbia.

“Fit to be Tied” ~ Photography by Joel Cyr - Rope on a Rocky Beach, British Columbia.

In the 1800's glass factories would throw all their waste glass over the cliffs into the sea at the end of the day. Multicolored pieces like this can be harvested along those beaches.

In the glass factories would throw all their waste glass over the cliffs into the sea at the end of the day. Multicolored pieces like this can be harvested along those beaches. - [someone else's informative caption]