Another piece of possible tsunami debris was found Friday, March 29, 2013 on a Lanikai shoreline.
The blue plastic bin was found just after 10:30 a.m. on the beach near the intersection of Mokulua Drive and Haokea Drive.
Barnacles were growing near the bottom of the bin.
It appears to be gooseneck barnacles and black mussel.
Several dead birds were found in the bin along with one bird that was alive. The bird that was still alive was taken to Sea Life Park.
Officials roped off the area where the possible tsunami debris now rests.
In 2012, debris from the March 2011 Japan tsunami started to show up in Hawaiian waters and shorelines.
Fire crews helped to clean up the dead birds.
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