Japanese wildlife

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Posted by Jeremyk | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 29-09-2017

In the 2011 tsunami, Japanese wildlife was knocked all over the Pacific Ocean. This was found out after various Japanese wildlife was found on the western American coast such as Asian amur sea stars on the coast of Oregon. It’s thought to be the longest sea migration ever recorded. Researchers are still finding new species 6 years after the tsunami. Professor John Chapman’s team has found 289 different species so far, such as clams, crabs, slugs and starfish. Stay tuned for more information!

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