Dredging Portsmouth Harbour
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Thousands of items are found during dredging work in Portsmouth Harbour

Some of the items of discovered during dredging work in Portsmouth Harbour have been revealed.

A human skull, anchors, an aircraft engine and unexploded sea mines were among the artefacts found during work to deepen and widen a four-mile (7km) channel to accommodate the navy's new 65,000-tonne aircraft carriers to dock.

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