A mermaid in the St. Lawrence River

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Nathalie Lasselin is about to experience a crazy urban odyssey in the St. Lawrence River. Let's take a closer look at how this modern-day mermaid combines caving and scuba diving to fully live her passion.

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“To see Nathalie Lasselin, one would not believe that she is a follower of one of the most dangerous sports in the world, caving and diving in underground rivers. Yet she has practiced this sport all over the world. Filmmaker and photographer, she has also drawn images and films from it. "

Source: The duty

“And now, she is preparing to achieve quite a feat: a 70-kilometer dive without interruption in the St. Lawrence River, from one end of the island of Montreal to the other. An odyssey, nothing less, but Nathalie Lasselin is not afraid of anything and she has only one passion: to dive and make discover the depths. "

Source: Radio-Canada

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