What will it take to preserve Cape Ray's shipwreck? Documentation, and non-stop salt water

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Cape Ray residents are scrambling to preserve a shipwreck that appeared along Newfoundland’s southwestern tip in late January. (Corey Purchase/The Canadian Press)

The shipwreck that unexpectedly appeared along Newfoundland’s southwestern tip in late January has captured the imagination of people across the globe, especially residents who live near the site, who are now scrambling to preserve the remnants of the ancient vessel.

Preserving the overturned hull in a museum would be costly given how large it is — perhaps hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars, says the Shipwreck Preservation Society of Newfoundland and Labrador. 

But there are ways to keep

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