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Japan tsunami debris may be impacting U.S. food supply

Debris coming ashore in the U.S. after the tsunami in Japan is destroying one of the most spectacular coastlines in this country, creating the world’s dirtiest beach in the big island in Hawaii. On Kamilo Beach on Hawaii’s Big Island, disturbing research demonstrates plastic debris is being ingested by wildlife at an alarming rate. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports.

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