The fallout from the Fukushima disaster has affected Pacific ocean life permanently.
The disaster has been brushed over by authorities and those who have overseen the clean-up operation, but the nuclear disaster has had long standing catastrophic effects on sea life in the Pacific ocean.
The ocean was flooded with highly radioactive waste as a result of the disaster, including radioactive iodone, cesium, and strontium-89 and 90.
Not only did the ocean become contaminated at the moment of the disaster, tons of the radioactive substance is still entering the ocean every day.
It has been estimated that the effects of Fukushima is around 20-30 times worse than Hiroshima, due to the fact that the radioactive poisoning has been ongoing.
Fishermen have reported various mutations in fish in the surrounding area, but scarier still is that these instances have been reported as far as the coasts of America.
They recently brushed off the dumping of continual nuclear waste into the sea as a small matter, stating that the size of the ocean will dilute the waste, reducing and hazards to a minimum.