1800s shipwreck found during search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau has found new wreckage underwater while searching for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in the Indian Ocean.
But unlike the wing debris found a few months back, this find is unrelated to the missing plane.
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Experts at the Western Australian Museum say the wreckage is probably an iron or steel ship from the early 1800s. This is the second shipwreck found during the MH370 search.
The hunt for the plane is expected to continue through summer.
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