Two days ago I came across this article on BBC News. From the article:
A baby porpoise that was washed over a mile (about 2km) inland by Japan’s tsunami earlier this month has been rescued from a flooded rice paddy.
There’s also a very nice picture of a guy carrying the unfortunate animal back into the ocean:
Today’s top news on the same site here, reads:
Levels of radioactive iodine in the sea near the tsunami-stricken Fukushima nuclear plant are 1,250 times higher than the safety limit, officials say.
The readings were taken about 300m (984ft) offshore. It is feared the radiation could be seeping into groundwater from one of the reactors.
In other words, first a tsunami carries the animal two kilometres inland, then some misguided tree hugger throw it straight back a part of the ocean heavily contaminated with radioactive iodine.