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Archaeological survey planned for Civil War shipwrecks

NOAA and the U.S. Navy embarked Monday on a two-day research expedition to survey the condition of two sunken Civil War vessels that have rested for nearly 150 years on the seafloor of the James River in Hampton Roads, Va.



Inflatable shark among new species discovered

A treasure trove of hundreds of new species may have been discovered in the Philippines, including a bizarre sea star that feeds exclusively on sunken driftwood and a deep-sea, shrimp-eating shark that swells up to scare off other predators.



Cardboard boat race: good fun on the water

Why would two grown men dressed as fairies float down the Peconic River in a cardboard boat emblazoned with the logo of a women’s lingerie company, one might wonder.



Search suspended for overboard boater

The Coast Guard suspended its search at 8:30 p.m. Sunday for a missing man – and active duty member of the Coast Guard – near Barnegat Bay, N.J. A body was recovered in the area Tuesday and authorities suspect it to be the victim.



Girl dies in boat capsize at sailing camp

A 14-year-old Annapolis, Md., sailing student who died during lessons in the Severn River was remembered Friday as a much-loved teenager who enjoyed sailing with her family and playing soccer on a high school team.



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