633 Scuba Divers Set World Record For Trash Cleanup

633 scuba divers made their way into the ocean near Boca Raton, Florida. Their mission, break a world record while cleaning up the ocean. The divers looked for plastics, trash, fishing gear and metal. There's no word on the total amount of trash collected however the did recover 1,600 pounds of lead fishing weights from off the pier. The previous record was 614 so they beat it by 19.

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