Fabien Cousteau on exploring the ocean's mysteries

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This past July, ocean explorer Fabien Cousteau announced that he will submerge himself underwater for 31 days in the name of ocean science - a never-before-done feat callled Mission 31. In this special 19th episode of SRO Conversations, Fabien shares some of his knowledge of our blue planet and even a few laughs ranging from Speedos to dolphin sex.

Having grown up in a family of ocean explorers, Fabien Cousteau is continuing the family legacy by devoting himself to the exploration of the ocean and its protection. He has made a number of films about the high seas, founded the organization "Plant A Fish", which encourages communities to restore local water ecosystems, and will now be subjecting himself to life under water in honor of his grandfather, the late Jacques Cousteau. In this Conversation, Cousteau asks, "What's life about if you don't have discoveries?"

A not to be missed episode!

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oceans
exploration
Cousteau
seas
conservation
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