When the tsunami happened back in 2011, the Fukushima nuclear plant was all anyone could think about, however the breadth of the disaster went beyond Fukushima. Debris continues to be recovered months and months later, and just recently survivors were found alive.
These survivors were sriped beak fish that had been in the bait box of a small fishing vessel that was caught up in the tsunami. The fish have fascinated scientists, who continue to study how they survived months at sea trapped in a box. The boat, named Sai-shou-maru, travelled thousands of miles, along with other debris, before washing up on the coast of Washington State. The fish are now living at an aquarium in Seaside, Oregon.
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