National Geographic : 1954 Jan
9 National Geographic Society 4 Calypso's Gourmets Like Their Mediterranean "Violets" Raw Diver Kientzy (left), a former frogman with the French Navy, samples an ascidian in company with Yves Girault, general secretary of the French Office of Undersea Research. Nicknamed violets by the Mar seillais, these sea animals taste strongly of iodine. Kodachromes by Jacques Ertaud 4 Cousteau's Dachshund Appears Built to Inspect Suction Pipes Scaphandrier, whose French name means "deep-sea diver," deigned to take an occasional swim, but pre ferred to pace the quarter-deck with the captain and supervise the cook's activities in the galley. Scaphe never tired of looking into the hose for rabbits.