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Transcript of Jacques-Yves Cousteau!!!
Date and place of birth!!!!!!!!!!
Born June 11, 1910(1910-06-11) in
Saint-André-de-Cubzac, Gironde, France
and died 25 June 1997 (aged 87)
After a car accident
cut short his career in naval avation , Cousteau indulged his interest in the sea.
The ship of exploration!!!!!
The Shark: Splendid Savage of the Sea (1970)
Diving for Sunken Treasure (1971)
Life and Death in a Coral Sea (1971)
The Whale: Mighty Monarch of the Sea (1972)
After a car accident
cut short his career in naval avation Ship of exploration!!!
Calypso!! Voyage of exploration!!
The expedition set off June 4 from Marseille and went finished at Cabrera National Park south of Mallorca.
He was the first marine bioligist! He took uderwater films wich gives a more understanding of the ocean! His parents!
His parents were Daniel and Elisabeth Cousteau.
Costeau completed studies at the
prestigous college stanislas in paris. Exploration!
Costeau undertook a first campaign in the mediterranean on board the sloop "ellie Monnier". It was the first underwater archiology operation using atonomous diving, opening the wave for scientific underwater archeology. Family!
He had one brother peirre antoine and a mother and father. Later Life!
In 1980 Costeau Canada to make two films in saint lawrence river and the great lakes. BOW STERN HULL MAIN DECK STARBOARD PORT The Calypso!
Calypso was originally the minsweeper byms-26. The Calypso was used as a mobile labaratory.
He was the first marine biologist.
This was very important because it opens up the
whole marine world to us like sea weed and other things.