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New York Times
280 d ago
After 131 Years, Message in a Bottle Found on Australian Beach
The message was tossed from a German ship in June 1886. This year, an Australian woman noticed the thick green glass poking through the sand.
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National Geographic
281 d ago
World's Oldest Message in a Bottle Found on Beach
The nearly 132-year-old find was part of a larger experiment by German crews to track ocean currents.
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282 d ago
Oldest message in a bottle found on beach
An Australian woman has found the world's oldest known message in a bottle nearly 132 years after it was thrown into the sea, experts say.
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Reuters
282 d ago
Sands of time: world's oldest message in a bottle found on Australian beach
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The oldest known message in a bottle was found on an Australian beach 132 years after being thrown from a German ship in the Indian Ocean as part of an experiment to track...
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282 d ago
The world's oldest message in a bottle was found on a beach in Australia
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The world's oldest message in a bottle has been found by a beachwalker in Western Australia. The message inside is dated 12 June 1886, making it almost 132 years old. The bottle was thrown into the ocean by a German sailing barque as an experiment to better understand ocean currents.
 
The world's oldest known message in a bottle has been found in Western Australia nearly 132 years after it was dropped overboard in the Indian Ocean, 950km from the coast. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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Mashable
282 d ago
World's oldest message in a bottle found on Australian beach
It's always exciting to discover a message in a bottle, but rarely ones that are 132 years old.
Found on Wedge Island in Western Australia on Jan. 21, it's the oldest message in a bottle ever discovered.
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The discovery breaks the last record for the oldest message in a bottle, which was 108 years old and found in Germany in 2005 . 
Dating back to 1886, the gin bottle was tossed from the German ship Paula in the Indian Ocean as part of an oceanographic experiment. Scientific researchers hoped the bottle would help them better understand ocean currents and hence find better shipping routes. Read more...
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282 d ago
Message in a bottle tossed into the ocean in 1886 discovered on remote Australia beach
132 years ago a German ship threw a message overboard, where it eventually buried itself on a remote Australian beach.
         
 
 
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Daily Mail
282 d ago
World's oldest message in a bottle discovered on an Australian beach
The message was found on a west Australian beach after it was dropped from the German sailing vessel, Paula, in 1886 as part of an experiment to better understand global ocean currents.
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Gawker Media
282 d ago
Record-Breaking 131-Year-Old Message in a Bottle Found on Australian Beach
On June 12th, 1886, a German ship in the Indian Ocean tossed a bottle into the water to track the currents. Amazingly, that bottle was discovered earlier this year on a beach in Australia, making it the oldest message in a bottle ever found—a time capsule, 131 years in the making.
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282 d ago
World's oldest message in a bottle discovered on Australian beach
The world’s oldest message in a bottle has been discovered on a beach in Western Australia, almost 132 years after it was thrown into the ocean.
BBC
283 d ago
Oldest message in a bottle found on Western Australia beach
A family found the message, dropped in 1886 by a German ship, on a remote beach in West Australia.
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The Guardian
283 d ago
World's oldest message in a bottle found by beachwalker in Australia
Gin bottle was thrown overboard from a German ship before ending up on a beach in Western Australia 132 years later
The world’s oldest message in a bottle has been found on a beach in Western Australia by a couple who thought it might “look good on a bookshelf”.
Tonya Illman found the 132-year-old gin bottle in the dunes near Wedge Island in January. Her husband, Kym Illman, told Guardian Australia she initially thought it was rubbish but picked it up because it had distinct, raised lettering and would be at home on their bookshelf.
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