Tsunami wreckage serves as liferafts for invasive species

Two years after a tsunami devastated parts of Japan, a small black-and-white-striped fish washed ashore in Long Beach Peninsula, Washington. The barred knifejaw (Oplegnathus fasciatus), which is native to Asian waters, had made the 7,000-kilometre trip in the stern well of a deserted fishing vessel set adrift by the giant wave. | Read more ...

Rachael Lallensack