David Sutta Goes Under The Sea With Fabian Cousteau

Fabien Cousteau laughs as CBS4’s David Sutta asks him about being stuck in Aquarius with five other people.  As six people sleep in bunk beds, right next to each other, and there is no shortage of snorers.  Cousteau says they are so exhausted at the end of the day they pass out in 30 seconds. (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)
cousteau interview 1 Fabien Cousteau laughs as CBS4’s David Sutta asks him about being stuck in Aquarius with five other people. As six people sleep in bunk beds, right next to each other, and there is no shortage of snorers. Cousteau says they are so exhausted at the end of the day they pass out in 30 seconds. (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)
wide shot of the Aquarius.  Roughly the size of a school bus, it’s located in a federally protected waters off Key Largo.  The lab has spent roughly 20 years below the surface and is the only working underwater laboratory in the world. (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)
cousteau interview 3 wide shot of the Aquarius. Roughly the size of a school bus, it’s located in a federally protected waters off Key Largo. The lab has spent roughly 20 years below the surface and is the only working underwater laboratory in the world. (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)
CBS4’s David Sutta and Photographer Kyle Hall interviewing Fabien Cousteau.  All the gear used to shoot the story had to be small and compact enough to cram into a large sealed pot.  Scuba Divers than swim the pot down to Aquarius.  The processes is then repeated to get the gear back to the surface. (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)
cousteau interview 4 CBS4’s David Sutta and Photographer Kyle Hall interviewing Fabien Cousteau. All the gear used to shoot the story had to be small and compact enough to cram into a large sealed pot. Scuba Divers than swim the pot down to Aquarius. The processes is then repeated to get the gear back to the surface. (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)
While we were taping our report, the whole world was able to watch live via webcam.  Aquarius is lined with webcams inside and out.  Talk about Big Brother!  Cousteau and his team are not only living 31 days underwater.  They are being watched for 31 days live around the world. (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)
LIVE SCREEN GRAB While we were taping our report, the whole world was able to watch live via webcam. Aquarius is lined with webcams inside and out. Talk about Big Brother! Cousteau and his team are not only living 31 days underwater. They are being watched for 31 days live around the world. (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)
CBS4’s David Sutta us using an OTS mask to report.  The specialized mask allows you to speak and communicate to other divers underwater.  Sutta received certification on the mask years ago and uses the OTS system often in underwater reports. (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)
ots CBS4’s David Sutta us using an OTS mask to report. The specialized mask allows you to speak and communicate to other divers underwater. Sutta received certification on the mask years ago and uses the OTS system often in underwater reports. (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)
Aquarius has a year round resident.  This goliath grouper is actually endangered.  He’s quite friendly and curious.  You can literally swim right up to him and he won’t move. (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)
goliath grouper Aquarius has a year round resident. This goliath grouper is actually endangered. He’s quite friendly and curious. You can literally swim right up to him and he won’t move. (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)
An underwater selfie with CBS4 Special Projects Reporter David Sutta and Photojournalist Kyle Hall. (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)
KYLE AND DAVID An underwater selfie with CBS4 Special Projects Reporter David Sutta and Photojournalist Kyle Hall. (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)
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