Egyptian man sneaked into the 305 meter deep undersea world record

Egypt, a man recently seeking scientific truth, carried out a final deep-sea diving – dive into the Red Sea about 1000 feet (about 305 meters) deep in places, creating mankind’s deepest scuba diving Guinness Book of World Records.

Egyptian man sneaked into the 305 meter deep undersea world record

For people who have a spirit of adventure, “heaven and earth” is no longer a myth, but a step by step to become a reality. According to foreign technology website “livescience.com” 10 月 3 reported recently in Egypt a man seeking scientific truth, carried out a final deep-sea diving – dive into the Red Sea about 1000 feet (about 305 meters) deep in places, creating a human the deepest scuba diving Guinness Book of World Records.

The man named Ahmed Gabr (Ahmed Gabr), aged 41. When asked why he decided to go beyond the previous record set, he said he wanted to prove that humans can survive in the deep sea environment. Gebre refresh the previous 1044 feet (about 318 meters) record, a record 1,090 feet (about 332 meters) of a new Guinness World Record. According to professional diving association revealed that the most professional divers can only dive to depths of 40 meters below sea level.

It is reported that Gebre dive into the water to reach this depth took only 12 minutes, and return it took about 15 hours. Gebre hit the record for a four-year training. In addition, he also served as the Egyptian army special forces officer, Professor diving for 17 years.

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