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    Human Remains May Be on Titanic

    This photo provided by the Institute for Exploration, Center for Archaeological Oceanography/University of Rhode Island/NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration, shows The remains of a coat and boots, articulated in the mud on the sea bed near Titanic's stern, are suggestive evidence of where a victim of the disaster came to rest. (AP Photo/Institute for Exploration, Center for Archaeological Oceanography/University of Rhode Island/NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration)

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    A newly released photograph of Titanic’s wreck suggests human remains may be embedded in the mud where the ship sank. The 2004 photograph shows a coat and boots in the mud at site. Most who have explored the wreck suggested that there are no human remains left, just clothes. But James Delgado, an official at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, explained that the photo does show remains, and that it is a question of “semantics.” He said, “I as an archaeologist would say those are human remains. Buried in that sediment are very likely forensic remains of that person.”

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