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Man Finds Wedding Ring After Months Of Diving

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Man Finds Wedding Ring After Months Of Diving

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Man Finds Wedding Ring After Months Of Diving

Man Finds Wedding Ring After Months Of Diving

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A New Zealand man lost his wedding ring in the waters of Wellington harbor. The ecologist was on a boat looking for invasive plant species when the ring "flew off" his finger. His wife offered to buy him another one. He refused, and instead borrowed diving gear. Sixteen months later, he found the ring.

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Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. A New Zealand man lost his wedding ring in the waters of a harbor. He was doing his job at the time. He was an ecologist on a boat in Wellington Harbor looking for invasive plant species, and the ring flew off his finger. His wife offered to buy another. He refused. He borrowed diving gear. And more than a year later, long after his wife thought he might be going nuts, he emerged from the water with the ring in his hand.

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