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FILE - In this file photo dated Sep. 23, 1986, showing the grave of Able Seaman John Hartnell, a crew member of the Arctic expedition led by Captain Sir John Franklin in 1845, embedded in the permafrost soil of Beechey Island, Nunavut, Canada. The British Ministry Of Defense said in a statement Monday Oct. 23, 2017, that it will give Canada the shipwrecks and artifacts of British explorer John Franklin, who tried to chart the Northwest Passage through the Canadian Arctic in 1845, all hands perished in the attempt. (AP Photo, FILE)

FILE - In this file photo dated Sep. 23, 1986, showing the grave of Able Seaman John Hartnell, a crew member of the Arctic expedition led by Captain Sir John Franklin in 1845, embedded in the permafrost soil of Beechey Island, Nunavut, Canada. The British Ministry Of Defense said in a statement Monday Oct. 23, 2017, that it will give Canada the shipwrecks and artifacts of British explorer John Franklin, who tried to chart the Northwest Passage through the Canadian Arctic in 1845, all hands perished in the attempt. (AP Photo, FILE)

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