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    It took more than a century, but researchers have found Ernest Shackleton’s ship the HMS Endurance off the coast of Antarctica. The ship is apparently intact and in fairly good condition. The ship owned by the polar explorer sank in 1915 and is currently 3,008 metres deep in the Weddell Sea.

    It’s a pocket in the Southern Ocean along the northern coast of Antarctica and south of the Falkland Islands. The discovery was a team effort from the Falklands Maritime Heritage Trust and History Hit. History Hit is a content platform co-founded by historian Dan Snow.

    Mensun Bound, director of the exploration said “This is by far the finest wooden shipwreck I have ever seen. It is upright, well proud of the seabed, intact, and in a brilliant state of preservation,… This is a milestone in polar history.”

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