STRANGE THINGS SEEN AFTER THE TSUNAMI!
You won’t believe the strange, weird, bizarre, and scary things found after a tsunami hits! From sea monsters and seafaring artifacts to deep sea buildings.
START BY THE LESS STRANGER OF THESE!
These buoys were just common port objects before the Japanese tsunami of 2011, but on American soil, they look completely out of place. This yellow pod showed up on the shores of Northwest America, heightening fear that the United State’s West coast couldn’t handle the massive amounts of toxic debris that was set to come into the area. Years later, items from afar are still appearing in parts of Washington, Oregon, and California. It’s amazing how far away sea traveling objects can migrate and continually proves how powerful the Pacific Ocean currents are.
4. It’s Both
With it appearing to weigh so much, it’s no wonder that it took the full force of a tsunami to hoist this big ole guy out the water and into human captivity. Researchers believe it to be some type of cross hybrid between a Beluga whale and a shark, but who knew that those two species of animal could even breed? It was probably one of those “a shark from the wrong side of the tracks falls in love with the innocent but spontaneous beluga whale” type romances.
3. Look Out For This One
Yikes! We’re going to need a bigger boat to deal with this guy. This huge fish washed ashore on the shores of New York harbor after a miniature tsunami came and wiped out small portions of Brooklyn. The current carried hipsters all the way to Boston, Massachusetts, where their wicker hats and old fashioned bicycles were not socially accepted. This fish is called “The April Fools Day” flounder because he is completely fake. This picture was actually originally posted in the New York Post as an introduction to another actual real creature that was discovered. Sorry, everyone!
2. One Eyed Susan
This fish appears to be so creepy, that it is probing us to ask you this fun “would you rather” question. Would you rather eat this fish, or have to stare in the eye for three hours straight? Neither option is preferable. We say “eye” instead of “eyes”, because apparently, this fish only had one eye. The sheer look of terror in his -eye- was probably caused by the crazy powerful tsunami he had to surf all the way to the shore.
1. Mosque Remains
While many people tend to remember and focus on the 2011 tsunami in Japan, there have been many other horrible tsunamis that have caused much destruction over the years. For example, the Indian Ocean tsunami on December 26, 2004. The town of Meulaboh, located on the West coast of Sumatra, lost forty thousand citizens out of its already mid-sized population. A series of seven waves caused by a magnitude 9.1 earthquake caused most of the city to be washed away into the wrath of the sea. The Indonesian province was hit the hardest over any other country affected by the quake. This grayish looking pod almost appears to be an old spaceship from the 1960s, but it actually means so much more to the people of Meulaboh. Many people in Indonesia are deeply religious and have turned to God for answers to try and understand why so much sadness and destruction would come into their lives. Some people blame it on the wrath of God who wanted to send a “wake up call” to a reportedly “sinful city”, and the remaining mosques have been places to regain hope and strength.