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Fabien Cousteau ends goal during undersea lab

Originally published: Jul 2, 2014 9:23 AM
Updated: Jul 3, 2014 8:07 AM

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Fabien Cousteau, station by a hatch, clasps his

Fabien Cousteau, station by a hatch, clasps his hands as he earnings to a wharf after 31 days undersea in a Aquarius Reef Base, Wednesday, Jul 2, 2014, in Islamorada, in a Florida Keys. (Credit: AP / Lynne Sladky)

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ISLAMORADA, Fla. – Fabien Cousteau says his 31-day underwater vital examination in a Florida Keys was a staggering success that used collection of that his famous sea path-finder grandfather could usually dream.

Cousteau and a group of filmmakers and scientists pacifist Jun 1 to Aquarius Reef Base to investigate what effects meridian change and wickedness are carrying on a coral reef.

The organisation started decompression Tuesday inside a pressurized lab, 63 feet next a ocean’s aspect off Key Largo. They resurfaced Wednesday and returned to a Aquarius authority core in Islamorada.


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The whole speed was promote in genuine time online, and Cousteau hold video chats with classrooms worldwide.

Cousteau says he was struck by a object and uninformed atmosphere when he emerged Wednesday morning, though he already missed his underwater home.

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