US: Maryland’s Mallows Bay becomes wartime shipwreck sanctuary

Protecting a time capsule, the world’s largest collection of wartime shipwrecks is labelled a sanctuary by the US.

    In the United States, part of a river containing the world's largest collection of World War I shipwrecks has been granted special protection.

    Conservationists working in Mallows Bay in the state of Maryland say they have found another use for what they call the "ghost fleet".

     

    Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro reports from Mallows Bay, Maryland.


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