YouTuber Greg Stone has an in-depth interview with ocean explorer Fabien Cousteau, who just unveiled his design for his next long-term undersea habitat called Proteus. Greg is a longtime friend of Cousteau, grandson of the famed environmentalist and explorer Jacques Cousteau. Via Greg: Greg Stone spends time with aquanaut Fabien Cousteau, an old friend and…
YouTuber Greg Stone has an in-depth interview with ocean explorer Fabien Cousteau, who simply unveiled his style for his next long-term undersea habitat called Proteus.
Greg is a long time buddy of Cousteau, grand son of the well known ecologist and explorer Jacques Cousteau. Via Greg:
Greg Stone hangs out with aquanaut Fabien Cousteau, an old pal and dive partner, about his enthusiasm for the expedition of the undersea world. From his next undersea habitat Proteus to memories of his previous undersea immersion, Mission 31, Fabien engages us with his special history being part of the Cousteau legacy. Join us with an honest and interesting discussion in between two of the ocean’s biggest advocates.
This isn’t just some pipe dream. Cousteau lived for 31 days undersea in 2014, breaking his grandpa’s 1963 record of 30 days.
Image: YouTube/ The Sea Has Many Voices
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