I found this episode of "The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau" to be the most disturbing one I have ever seen. Unlike a typical episode, this one doesn't focus at all on sea life but on exploring very cramped and dangerous underwater caves. For anyone with a touch of claustrophobia, it can be tense watching Cousteau and his men exploring the Blue Hole in Belize (with some incredibly deep dives and the show calls it by its old name, 'British Honduras') but even more so with the dives inside caves in the Bahamas--diving down long, twisting and narrow passages. As a diver, I know how insanely dangerous this sort of stuff is and for once I did NOT envy the divers! Well worth seeing but no sea life to speak of--just scary penetration diving that really makes you respect the skills of these folks.
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