Parks Canada underwater archeologists planning their next steps in the exploration of the HMS Erebus wreck see potential for revealing more than just a treasure trove of mid-19th-century artifacts. video
Parks Canada divers have recovered 55 artifacts from the wreck of HMS Erebus since it was discovered in Arctic waters in 2014. Some 18 months later, the agency is still juggling claims of control and ownership of those objects, in talks with Nunavut, the Inuit and the U.K. video
A fragment of HMS Erebus's wheel is one of the summer's more symbolic finds from the Franklin Expedition shipwreck, but it's only one clue toward unlocking the High Arctic mystery of exactly how Sir John Franklin's mid-19th century expedition met its demise.
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