Historic Shipwreck Transformed Into Thriving Marine Refuge loading...
Historic Shipwreck Transformed Into Thriving Marine Refuge
Nearly 100 years after the SS Cuba sank to the bottom of the ocean, video shows how marine life have made the shipwreck their home.
New Slime-Shooting Snail Found On Shipwreck loading...
New Slime-Shooting Snail Found On Shipwreck
Discovered in Florida, the new species is likely an invader from the Pacific.
The Ancient Enigmas That Have Confounded Science loading...
The Ancient Enigmas That Have Confounded Science
Some archaeological finds give you new knowledge, others lead you down the garden path.
Mysterious New Shipwrecks Found In Australian Waters loading...
Mysterious New Shipwrecks Found In Australian Waters
Researchers have discovered four new 19th century shipwrecks in the Coral Sea.
Debunking the Myth of the ‘Real’ Robinson Crusoe loading...
Debunking the Myth of the ‘Real’ Robinson Crusoe
Alexander Selkirk was marooned on an island for more than four years. But his story was very different from the famous novel.
Unlikely Tip Leads to Discovery of Historic Shipwreck loading...
Unlikely Tip Leads to Discovery of Historic Shipwreck
Searchers in the Canadian Arctic have found the H.M.S. Terror, which mysteriously disappeared 168 years ago while attempting to navigate the Northwest Passage.
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Artifact Trove on Deepest Shipwreck Explored off U.S.
Deepest wreck under investigation in U.S. waters holds well-preserved clues to its mission and crew.
Battle Begins Over World's Richest Shipwreck loading...
Battle Begins Over World's Richest Shipwreck
A fight over the San Jose's treasure involves Colombia, a U.S. company, and the history of Spanish colonialism.
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Arctic Shipwreck Found After 170 Years, Solving
Have archaeologists solved the mysterious loss of the Franklin expedition?
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The man who found the Titanic revisits the iconic ship from the perspective of those who set sail on her, driven by one very personal question – will the world’s most famous wreck survive?

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