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New search for lost Franklin Expedition begins in new location

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The hunt is on!

This summer, The Royal Canadian Geographical Society, along with several public and private partners, is part of the team heading into the Arctic on a quest to find the lost ships from John Franklin’s 1845 expedition. Using the latest tools and technology, the search for HMS Erebus and HMS Terror will take place in Victoria Strait, the last reported location of the missing vessels and crews.

To learn more about this summer’s exciting journey, read the press release .

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