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Japan tsunami debris heads for Hawaii beach that's already an ocean dumping ground

Kamilo Beach on the southern tip of Hawaii's Big Island has long been a dumping ground for debris sent by ocean currents -- an estimated 20 tons wash ashore each year.

But Japan's 2011 tsunami is sending even more debris its way, adding to the impacts of the beach and wildlife, from seabirds to fish. Watch the reports by NBC's Miguel Almaguer for details.

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