Archaeologists explore 19th-century shipwreck for the first time

Marine archaeologists will finally examine a 170-year-old shipwreck in one of the most remote places on Earth. The HMS Erebus, which sank in 1845 on a dangerous exploration, was found three years ago.

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    Marine archaeologists will finally examine a 170-year-old shipwreck in one of the most remote places on Earth.

    The HMS Erebus, which sank in 1845 on a dangerous exploration, was found three years ago.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak reports from Canada’s Arctic.


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