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[Homework]SENEWS-2019-09-30

Remains of more than 200 wooden ships lie at the bottom of x Bay near x in the state of Maryland. The oldest ships sank there in the 1700s. The most recent ones are from the 20th century. They and the waters around them form the newest National Marine Sanctuary in the United States. It is said to be the first sanctuary to protect not only sea creatures but also partially covered ship wrecks. Their skeletal remains rise up in the air, looking like spirits rising out of the x River. When the tide goes out, the ships come up and so they've been called the ghost fleet, explains x, head of the x Conservancy Environmental Group. The new marine sanctuary is about 60 kilometers south of Washington D.C. From along the coast, one can see part of a rusty ferry boat rising out of the water. But the best way to see the ship wrecks is probably by kayak. The stars of the show, however, are 100 American cargo ships. They were built about 100 years ago. x said, These large wooden steam ships were built for a variety of purposes, including shipping overseas equipment to Europe during World War I. The only problem was that most of them were finished after the War. So they were brought to x Bay and sold to a salvage company. A few years after the War ended in 1918, workers removed metal from the ships. What remained was broken down, burnt and sank in the x River. Today, kayakers test their skill by boating among the wooden pieces of the ships. Some have large iron nails stuck in the wood. The area serves as a manmade wild-life sanctuary for fish, beavers and birds, like bald eagles and ospreys. Land life is also growing around the wood. It's tremendous for the environment, because they are actually cleaning the water, providing habitat and helping with climate change, says x, an underwater archaeologist. The slowly-rotting wood in the water does not harm the environment. Because it's under water, it doesn't receive much oxygen, and so the decay is a lot slower, x explains. There is also salt water, which further reduces the decay. The underwater sanctuary has the largest number of ship wrecks in the Americas. It also holds the world's biggest collection of World War I ships. x says, This is the only place where you can see the size of these vessels and the cross section of different designs. It is like one big museum.

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