The freighter SS Bluefields was sunk by German submarine U-576 off Cape Hatteras in July 1942.
The freighter SS Bluefields was sunk by German submarine U-576 off Cape Hatteras in July 1942. Mariners’ Museum
The freighter SS Bluefields was sunk by German submarine U-576 off Cape Hatteras in July 1942. Mariners’ Museum

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  • Two bears get into a vicious brawl and it’s all caught on camera

    The black and white images, taken in Hyde County, North Carolina show the black bears rolling in a jumble of black fur with teeth bared and claws swinging. The images have been pieced together to create a 14-second clip of the height of the battle.