One of the most famous shipwrecks in nautical history - the Endurance - has been found, more than a century later.
- The ship got stuck in the ice and sank in 1915, during an expedition led by Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton - who managed to escape with his crew by camping out on the sea ice.
- Researchers used underwater drones to find the wreckage buried nearly 10,000 feet deep in Antarctica's Weddell Sea - with much of the boat still intact.
- But don't expect to see any Endurance artifacts in a museum - the wreck is considered a protected historic site under international law, meaning it can be filmed but not disturbed.
- Ever dream of going deep-sea diving?
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