Cambodian volunteer divers have discovered the remains of a ship long sunk at a seabed in an area adjacent to the namely Chhlam [shark] island of Koh Kong province.
The information of the discovery was shared yesterday by the authority of the coastal province, adding that more study is being done.
Identity of the ship and the time when it sank cannot be told yet, as abundant corals are covering the remains of the ship.
More interestingly, there grow beautiful corals and live various species of fish and biodiversity in the area where the ship sank.
Source: Agency Kampuchea Press