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Vintage Maps From A Swashbuckling Era Are Leading Scientists To Forgotten Treasure: ‘Ghost’ Reefs

These intricate “Google Maps” for sailors are as tall as a grown man — and are helping today’s marine experts monitor our oceans.
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