A piece of wreckage possibly from a Boeing 777 - just like the missing MH370 aircraft - was found washed ashore on the coast of Mozambique.
The newly discovered debris is on its way to Malaysia for further examination. The wreckage is a piece of horizontal stabilizer skin, according to CNN.
The horizontal stabilizer is the part of the aircraft's tail that is horizontal as the plane flies.
MH370 disappeared in March 2014 while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. The aircraft and all 239 passengers remain missing.
If confirmed, the object found in Mozambique will be the second piece of known debris from the aircraft. Last year authorities found a piece of the plane's wing on the shore of Reunion island in the Indian Ocean.