Fearless Fabian Cousteau


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plant a fish
Cousteau! Yep, that’s right, grandson of the famed ocean explorer Jaques Cousteau started a non profit aimed at “re-plant” key fish popluations around the world’s oceans. Its called PLANT A FISH, which is just a tad rad.

Launched last week, the first project aims to rehabilitate the oyster population in New York’s Hudson river. Partnered with the Urban Assembly New York Harbor School, a Bushwick, Brooklyn public school, Cousteau led the students on a dive in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn to plant 130,000 oysters.

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