2011 Japan tsunami animal collection now resides at the Royal B.C. Museum

WATCH: March 11 is the seventh-anniversary of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. As a result of that natural disaster, an estimated 20 tonnes of debris swept out to sea. Attached to the flotsam, tiny marine animals hitched a ride, eventually washing up …
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