On a beach in Brazil, the remains of an ancient ship were found at low tide

The low tide has exposed the remains of an ancient ship made of wood and metal on a beach in Brazil in the state of Sao Paulo, reports portal G1.

According to photos published by the publication, the remains resemble the skeleton of a large ship and lie near the shore.

For the first time, individual parts of this vessel were discovered back in 2017, but for the first time, the entire hull of the ship with a length of more than 50 meters became visible.

The team of specialists has not yet been able to determine what kind of vessel it is. There were suspicions that it was a sailing ship Krestel that sank in 1895, but this assumption was later rejected. The ship could be much older.

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