Wreck Diving: A Glimpse of the Past

Chris Grad - Dec 17, 2007
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Over the centuries, maritime engineers made ships larger, faster, and more powerful. But all of these ships had one thing in common with every other ship built in two millennia of seafaring: they can sink! Once a ship sinks, the underwater world makes the ship its own. The wreck transforms into an artificial reef that attracts fish and other aquatic life, along with divers.

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