Fabien Cousteau Uses Adventure To Reveal ‘Alarming’ Deep-Sea Discoveries
Fifty years after his grandfather, Jacques-Yyves, introduced the world to wonders under the sea, Fabien Cousteau is using the novelty of discovery to shed light on deeper environmental issues. The 46 year-old Cousteau emerged on July 2 from exploring 63 feet below the waters off the coast of Key Largo, Florida. There, he and a rotating team of six aquanauts spent 31 consecutive days conducting scientific research and filming unprecedented observations of the oceanic frontier. The sub-surface exposition is the first chapter of Mission 31, an effort to emphasize what Cousteau considers a unique and under-appreciated connection between humans and the ocean.
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