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Shipwreck in Gulf St. Vincent, Southern Australia

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Trees grow inside the hull of a sunken ship in the Angas Inlet, an arm of the Gulf St. Vincent in Ade
 
December 16 · Issue #466 · View online
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Trees grow inside the hull of a sunken ship in the Angas Inlet, an arm of the Gulf St. Vincent in Adelaide, Southern Australia. In this inlet and others nearby can be found the remains of more than 30 iron and wooden ships abandoned up until 1945. They serve as canoeing attractions and bird roosts for upwards of 200 species of local and migratory birds.
34°48'44.5"S, 138°32'24.0"E

Source imagery: Nearmap

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