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Together, they’re hosting a show on Discovery Channel’s on Thursday at 9 p.m.
Eastern time about a mysterious school of sharks that have thrived in one of the most environmentally ravaged parts of the world—the Bikini Atolls, a part of the Marshall Islands the U. nearly obliterated in the late ‘40s and ‘50s with nuclear tests that vaporized several islands and left the archipelago severely irradiated.
caught up with Phillipe and Ashlan to talk nuclear sharks, tuna guts, and the challenge of getting millennials to care about the environment. ASHLAN: We went out and tagged 17 sharks and watched where they went. These quote-un-quote “non-migratory” sharks, by the textbook, were actually migrating up to 200 miles in the open Pacific, which scientists never thought they’d do. It was really fascinating to get real science out of the show— but we got some really bad news.
And we found real science and uncovered illegal fishing, but another thing we want people to take away from this is just how incredibly beautiful the Bikini Atoll is.Philippe and his wife, Ashlan Gorse Cousteau, a former entertainment reporter on the E!network, are trying to bring attention to the myriad environmental struggles plaguing the oceans today.Gorse knew right away that they had something special.“I called my sister the next day and told her, ‘I think I just met the man I’m going to marry.” Related Link: ‘I See Your Soul Mate’: Sue Frederick Discusses How to Find the Love of Your Life Given their successful careers and busy schedules, they’ve had to make an effort to ensure that they get to spend time together.