Tucked inside a robotic great white, filmmaker Fabien Cousteau captures rare footage of the deep-sea world
By Kalee Thompson
Posted 05.04.2005 at 2:00 am 0 Comments
At 1,200 pounds and 14 feet long, "Troy" is chunkier than the average great white shark. He might smell kind of funny too. But do the pods of sharp-toothed predators he swam among last winter know that, inside, there's just a man? Or that it was Fabien Cousteau, grandson of pioneering undersea explorer Jacques, surreptitiously recording their every movement?
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