Competing currents: A huge whirlpool forms in a harbor near Oarai City, Ibaraki Prefecture, north eastern Japan. The currents that were disrupted after the tsunami were channeled by the sea bed into a whirlpool The phenomenon is caused when two opposing currents meet, causing the water to twist around into a vortex.

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