Fishing floats, soccer balls, fuel tanks and crewless fishing vessels set adrift by the tsunami and pushed thousands of miles across the ocean by currents and winds are arriving on North American shores.
The unmanned Japanese fishing vessel Ryou-un Maru drifts in the Gulf of Alaska after breaking loose in the tsunami following Japan's 2011 earthquake. It later was sunk by the U.S. Coast Guard.
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