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Ferry runs aground near Caladesi Island

Fish and wildlife officials were called to help when a ferry from Caladesi Island ran aground in shallow waters.Full story

Mega sea creatures found by Costa Concordia

  Scientists are working to relocate marine life found near the Costa Concordia, a ship that ran aground in Italy in January. NBCNews.com's Alex Witt reports.

Costa Concordia burglarized

  NBC's Michelle Kosinski gets a close at the Costa Concordia which ran aground and capsized off the coast of Tuscany in January. 

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