BROOKLYN - A Brooklyn man with a famous oceanographic-exploring relative is trying to expand on a well-known legacy.

Fabian Cousteau, grandson of Jacques Cousteau, is attempting to live underwater for more than 30 days.

Cousteau and his team of six aquanauts will spend 31 days living in an underwater habitat called Aquarius.

The roommates will be researching a range of topics, including the effect climate change has on coral reefs and the effects of living in the ocean on the human body.