Fabien Cousteau in the underwater habitat
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Cousteau grandson attempts to break underwater record

Fifty years after the oceanographer Jacques Cousteau spent 30 days living underwater, one of his descendants is aiming to beat his record.

Grandson Fabien Cousteau is planning to spend 31 days living 18 metres underwater.

The BBC's Tom Spender reports.

  • 02 Jun 2014
  • From the section World
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