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Posted: Aug 19, 2017 07:48PM EDT

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New artifical reef growing on sunken ship

DIVERS WILL SOON HAVE A NEW REEF TO EXPLORE OFF SOUTH FLORIDA'S SHORE.. AN UNDERWATER PARK IS COMING TO THE WATERS OFF POMPANO BEACH.

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