Video: 144-Year-Old Arctic Shipwreck Discovered; Climate Change to Thank?

Archaeologists have discovered parts of two 19th-century whaling ships in the Arctic, thanks to sonar technology, intrepid divers and ... climate change?

"With less ice in the Arctic as a result of climate change, archaeologists now have more access to potential shipwreck sites than ever before," according to a news release from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Steve Sayles


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