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Japanese Tsunami Debris Arrives in Oregon

People look at a very large and heavy dock measuring tall, wide and long that has washed ashore on Agate Beach one mile north of Newport, Oregon, US. The Japanese consulate has confirmed that the dock is debris from the March 2011 tsunami in Japan.

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This is what 200 tons of dead sardines looks like.

This is what 200 tons of sardine carcasses look like. [PHOTO] ::: Yes, you read that correctly — 200 TONS worth of dead sardines. That's how many fish are believed to have washed ashore in Japan's Isumi City since June

A drowning World ~ Bihar, India: Urmila Devi, Sangeeta Devi, Marni Devi and Nago Devi sit on a bed above floodwaters in the village of Chajan Mania near Muzaffarpur. Fishing communities are usually some of the most vulnerable people in times of floods as they live close to rivers Photograph: Gideon Mendel

Gideon Mendel's photographs of a Drowning World – in pictures

Drowning World: India - Floods - Group portrait with floodwaters

arcobaleno di fuoco

arcobaleno di fuoco

Eye Catching Scenes of Natural Beauty

Nehalem River Valley at Sunset, Tillamook County

View from Bayocean Spit

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2.5 years later, a Texas-sized debris island from the Japanese Tsunami is coming to the U.S. West Coast

2.5 years later, a Texas-sized debris island from the Japanese Tsunami is coming to the U.S. West Coast

Texas-sized debris island from Japanese tsunami headed for the US

petroglyphs nevada

A truely amazing petroglyph made by the Paiute Indians native to the Owens Valley. These glyphs are carved into very hard volcanic rock. Paiute Petroglyphs and Sierras

The Most Famous Sea Glass Beaches in the United States

The Best Sea Glass Beaches in the United States

Amazing Rain - Death Valley alive with wildflowers

Death Valley alive with wildflowers

The winter storms that brought mudslides and death to Southern California dropped 6 inches of rain on this thirsty desert — three times more than usual — encouraging wildflower seeds to sprout. Experts say this kind of show comes once in a lifetime.

By sending over 100,000 lasers from an airplane, geographers are able to map whole areas, like rainforests or disaster zones, quickly and efficiently.

Lost city in Honduras is found -- with lasers

I lived in a lost city hidden in the jungles of Honduras

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