17th-Century Swedish Warships Uncovered

Low water in Stockholm's harbor reveals the outline of two sunken warships believed to be from the 17th century.

Jim Hansson, a marine archaeologist, immediately knew the wooden stumps, protruding from the water, were beams from the bow and stern of a sunken warship. "Hansson, who works for Stockholm's Maritime Museum, identified the boats on his personal blog, writing that he believes one to be the Grå Ulven, or 'Gray Wolf,' which sunk in 1670, while the other may be the Den Stora Draken, or 'The Big Dragon.'" (photo and video)