More Tsunami Debris Washes Up on Alaska's Shores
ALASKA - Over five million tons of debris was washed out to sea from the Japanese tsunami last year and now it's starting to show up on beaches in Alaska.
The latest find is fly swatters with team logos on the beaches of Kodiak.
So far, about 20 people have found them and it's become something of a game as they try and collect as many teams as possible.
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, with winds and ocean currents constantly changing it makes it difficult know how much more debris will end up on Alaska’s shores.
So far fly swatters with the Chicago Bears logo have been the biggest find.
Check out the interactive map with the various teams' fly swatter locations by clicking here.