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Archaeologists Discover Sunk Ship in "China's Bermuda Triangle"

Archaeologists investigate in the Laoyemiao area of the Poyang Lake.

ĦĦĦĦA frogman gets ready to dive in the Laoyemiao water area of the Poyang Lake, Jiangxi Province, March 18, 2013.

On March 18, 2013, China's first inland waters underwater archaeological action commenced in Laoyemiao areas of Poyang Lake, China's largest freshwater lake. With the professional archaeological diving into the lake, a 28-meter long, 7-meter wide iron shipwreck. unveiled its mysterious veil. This missing shipwreck.may belong to the 1880s or 1890s, which was the first wreck ship found in this water area called Ħ°China's Bermuda TriangleĦħ.

The Laoyemiao area in the lake is often referred to as "China's Bermuda Triangle" because of the large number of boats that sank mysteriously in the area over the years.