Fabien Cousteau, grandson of pioneering ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau, is all set to break his grandfather's record of spending 30 days under water. He plans to do it by spending one more day and bringing the new record to 31 days.
Jacques Cousteau, who died in 1997, had spent 30 days living in an underwater village he created. The underwater lab that he created was called as Aquarius. Fabien Cousteau, his grandson, has all plans to outdo him by his ongoing Mission 31 expedition.