Database for peerless underwater heritage

26 September 2021 - 00:00

Jeffrey Slater thought his eyes were deceiving him. An ancient, 4m-long ship's anchor had washed up like a piece of old seaweed just a few metres from a public walkway in Kommetjie, Cape Town.

"It seemed important enough to try to get further information and not let it just sit there to rust away and be forgotten about," said Slater...

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