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What the Octopus Knows

The Atlantic
Written by Jacques-Yves Cousteau, the great pioneer of scuba diving, and his colleague Philippe Diolé, the book told of encounters between humans and cephalopods—the group that includes octopuses, squid, cuttlefish, and their more distant cousins, the ...

1965 Academy Awards Documentary Feature Winner Jacques-Yves Cousteau

Into the great blue: The waters off Belize are a marine playground

National Post
Measuring 300 metres across, this natural phenomenon became synonymous with Jacques-Yves Cousteau, who popularized this Belize dive site in the early 1970s. ... I'm staying a world away, spending six days at isolated off-the-grid base camps on Glover's ...

1965 Academy Awards Documentary Feature Winner Jacques-Yves Cousteau

Cousteau, underwater in an oxygen-rich environment. (Screenshot: World Without Sun)

A.V. Club
While writing the review, I rewatched a couple of scenes from Jacques Cousteau's 1964 classic World Without Sun, which is so irresistible that I later ended up just rewatching the whole thing. Cousteau's sense for the eeriness and strangeness of nature ...

1965 Academy Awards Documentary Feature Winner Jacques-Yves Cousteau

Ancient skeleton discovered on Antikythera Shipwreck

Science Daily
In addition to dozens of marble statues and thousands of antiquities, their efforts produced the Antikythera Mechanism -- an astounding artifact known as the world's first computer. In 1976, Jacques-Yves Cousteau and the CALYPSO crew returned to the ...



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