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Madagascar - island of lost treasures

Madagascar - island of lost treasures
 
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No-one knows how many ships lie on the seabed off the coast of Madagascar. Archeologists, and treasure hunters, have searched the ocean floor around the country for many years, discovering a number of wrecks. But until now, no-one has found the Delgrave, a mythical ship that sank off the southern coast in 1703. Reporter Tim Healy goes to Madagascar to find out more.


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