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This video, titled "WreckDiving~Shirahama Shipwreck~ -Spring 2020-" (WreckDiving~白浜沈船~ -2020春-), was released by published by "Pro Diver Cati's Sea Channel" (プロダイバーCatiの海チャンネル).

The artifacts sunk to the sea become the perfect home for sea creatures.
The Shirahama Shipwreck is one of them, and a variety of fish have come to live there.

In the town of Shirahama, Wakayama, a 31-meter long ship sank at a depth of 18 meters.
The Shirahama Shipwreck was originally intended as a wreck point, and the ship was artificially sunk.
The video shows what the wreck looks like.
Around the wreck, you can find scorpionfish, cardinalfish, white sea slugs, red Lionfish, flounders, groupers, moray, and a great variety of creatures living around the shipwreck.

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Sep. 15, 2020
Japan
有田 和義(Kazuyoshi Arita)
Wreck Diving Down to the Wreck of the Shirahama Shipwreck in Wakayama. The Ship Sitting at the Bottom of the Sea Home to a Variety of Marine Life
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