Adolphus Bush shipwreck

Adolphus Bush shipwreck

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Credit: JIM EDDS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Adolphus Bush shipwreck and scuba divers. This ship was sunk to create a new artificial reef. This helps to encourage coral growth and marine life. Holes in the ship were created by knocking out cover plates below the waterline in order to sink it. Photographed in 1999, in Big Pine Key, Florida, USA.

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