633 DIVERS SET WORLD RECORD CLEAN UP EFFORT

A Guinness World Record was broken when 633 divers organized to clean up the ocean floor in Deerfield Beach, Florida, on Saturday (June 15th). It wasn't known that night exactly how much trash had been collected, but diver and environmentalist RJ Harper, who helped recruit divers for the event, reported that they'd recovered 1,600 pounds of lead fishing weights alone. The previous record for the most divers taking part in an underwater cleanup was 614 in the Red Sea in Egypt in 2015.

 
 

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