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Off the coast of Bermuda lies the Montana shipwreck, a civil war blockade runner from 1863. There are over 300 shipwrecks that surround Bermuda. Hard coral and reefs have since grown onto the wreckage, and scientists are able to learn about coral growth by monitoring the shipwreck.
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Kids
Kids 4 months ago

i cant dive cause im afraid of water but thank god for this technology

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Kids Toys
Kids Toys 4 months ago

Well, i can't swim

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Nice to see
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Hồng Kids
Hồng Kids 4 months ago

Wow that’s so beautiful, wish the video was longer.

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4 months ago

The scene is so beautiful.

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Nice Dear Fr

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Shin bút chì 4 months ago

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ARPO The Robot 4 months ago

The is awesome.

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Miss Katy
Miss Katy 4 months ago

The wreckage turned into a reef, cool

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Like Nastya
Like Nastya 4 months ago

Careful, might find a alien ship down there.

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Like Nastya
Like Nastya 4 months ago

Represent Bermy gang

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Ryan ToysReview 4 months ago

That repetitive toilet flushing background sound effect is driving me mad.

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Future Kids Balo 4 months ago

wow that is a good technology i ever seen

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Kids Toys Review 4 months ago

Please make the dinosaurs documentary.

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VnKids abc 4 months ago

This ships wrack will give shelter to all types of fish.

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I do wonder since national geographic and the discovery channel both tell porker pies and over exaggerate a lot wether to watch anything lately! I like being told factually correct information. Shame really!

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Kids Toys Review 4 months ago

Please speak hindi .

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Hồng Kids
Hồng Kids 4 months ago

Shipwreck could be a tragic event but it helped creat a new environment undersea…very remarkable indeed!!!

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Videos4Kids DN
Videos4Kids DN 4 months ago

Oh hey, another one of those 36... wait, 180 videos! Shipwrecks somehow always give off this mysterious vibe. Hope we can learn a lot from it.

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why dont they pull them out

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