Ocean Raised Japanese Soldiers from Graves

10.06.2014

This is not a scenario for a zombie horror, but, unfortunately, a reality: Pacific Ocean water level rise has led to the destruction of the II World War graves. Remains of 26 Japanese soldiers were carried to the shore of Santo Island from February till April, 2014. Besides, from time to time rusted guns and other military equipment of the 40-s is found on the shores of Pacific archipelago islands.

During last hundred years the water level rose by 19 centimeters

Experts connect it with sea level rise: earlier there were no such cases. During last hundred years the water level rose by 19 centimeters, and part of the Japanese cemeteries became flooded. Soldiers flow out of their graves in coffins as well, which indicates coast erosion in the places where they've been buried.
Let us recall, during the II World War one of the Japanese Navy bases was situated on Marshall islands, from where the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.