Fabien Cousteau Quotes
Fabien Cousteau (born- 2 October 1967) is an aquanaut, ocean conservationist, and documentary filmmaker. As the first grandson of Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Fabien spent his early years aboard his grandfather’s ships Calypso and Alcyone; learning how to scuba dive on his fourth birthday. He is known for his study of sharks and from 2000-2002, Fabien was an Explorer-at-Large for National Geographic and collaborated on a TV special aimed at changing public conceptions about sharks called, “Attack of the Mystery Shark,”. Then in 2003-2006, he produced the documentary, “Mind of a Demon,” that aired on CBS. With the help of a large crew, Fabien created a 14-foot, 1,200-pound, lifelike shark submarine called “Troy” that enabled him to immerse himself inside the shark world.
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During challenging times and when impassioned to act, human beings can be capable of miracles.
Without water, our planet would be one of the billions of lifeless rocks floating endlessly in the vastness of the inky-black void.
No matter how remote we feel we are from the oceans, every act each one of us takes in our everyday lives affects our planet's water cycle and in return affects us.
Mission 31 pays homage to my grandfather's work and all aquanauts who have since followed his lead in the name of ocean exploration.