Friday, two people set out to spend 73-days together underwater at the Jules Undersea Lodge.
The grandson of famed underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau is entering the second half of his 31-day underwater living experiment in the Florida Keys.
After delays caused by the partial government shutdown in 2013, the grandson of ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau is about to spend 31 days at an underwater research laboratory in the Florida Keys.
After being delayed due to the October partial government shutdown, the grandson of ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau is once again preparing to spend 31 days at an underwater research laboratory in the Florida Keys.
The partial government shutdown may be over but it’s still causing delays especially for the grandson of ocean exploration pioneer Jacques Cousteau who planned to spend a month in an underwater research lab in the Florida Keys.
In order to conduct research on the underwater effects of climate, the grandson of ocean exploration pioneer Jacques Cousteau plans to spend a month in an underwater research lab in the Keys.
Beneath the Atlantic Oceans’ shining waters lies a potential risk and experts are raising alarming questions about the health of our oceans and the impact it could have on the life above and below the sea.
The grandson of Jacques Cousteau, Fabien, is involved in making sure marine life is sustained in a healthy and safe environment.