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Giovanni Vetere
Giovanni Vetere

The famous oceanographer Jeaques-Yves Cousteau, who has conducted the first human expeditions under the water, has theorised that a new human race will develop under the sea - the homo aquaticus. Even tough such theory has been dismissed as science fiction by the Underwater Congress in 1963, there’s still a possibility for man to live underwater. Thirty years later, an Italian scientist whose name cannot be revealed has put Cousteau’s theories into practice by training his new born baby to perform vital tasks into the sea. After leaving his son in the desert Island of Zannone (Italy) for several weeks, the scientist was able to confirmed the homo aquaticus.


In 2018, in occasion of the biennial Underwater Congress, the Italian scientist decides to prove the theory once dismissed by showing his successful experiments to the world. It took two years to find the homo aquaticus in the island of Zannone. A team of sixteen marine experts went on the search of him with no success. It was the father who went himself to rescue his son. He remembered that before living in the sea the little boy was hypnotised by the song that the father used to sing. When the father brought a speaker under the water and played his voice, the homo aquaticus suddenly came from the depth of the ocean. It was kept inside an aquarium for two weeks und transported to London. It took 4 months for the father to find a place to showcase the creature. After a long process of bureaucracy, Camberwell College of Arts has accepted to host the great aquarium for the homo aquaticus to be shown to the public.

A contract has been signed off by the authorities for the creature to be showed, and severe health and safety regulations has been declared. Maximum two people at a time was allowed into the wooden aquarium only if accompanied and supervised by a guide. The guide was briefed and prepared to carefully explain the story of the homo aquaticus and its process of making.


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The famous oceanographer Jeaques-Yves Cousteau, who has conducted the first human expeditions under the water, has theorised that a new human race will develop under the sea - the homo aquaticus. Even tough such theory has been dismissed as science fiction by the Underwater Congress in 1963, there’s still a possibility for man to live underwater. Thirty years later, an Italian scientist whose name cannot be revealed has put Cousteau’s theories into practice by training his new born baby to perform vital tasks into the sea. After leaving his son in the desert Island of Zannone (Italy) for several weeks, the scientist was able to confirmed the homo aquaticus.


In 2018, in occasion of the biennial Underwater Congress, the Italian scientist decides to prove the theory once dismissed by showing his successful experiments to the world. It took two years to find the homo aquaticus in the island of Zannone. A team of sixteen marine experts went on the search of him with no success. It was the father who went himself to rescue his son. He remembered that before living in the sea the little boy was hypnotised by the song that the father used to sing. When the father brought a speaker under the water and played his voice, the homo aquaticus suddenly came from the depth of the ocean. It was kept inside an aquarium for two weeks und transported to London. It took 4 months for the father to find a place to showcase the creature. After a long process of bureaucracy, Camberwell College of Arts has accepted to host the great aquarium for the homo aquaticus to be shown to the public.

A contract has been signed off by the authorities for the creature to be showed, and severe health and safety regulations has been declared. Maximum two people at a time was allowed into the wooden aquarium only if accompanied and supervised by a guide. The guide was briefed and prepared to carefully explain the story of the homo aquaticus and its process of making.


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