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I study human interactions with water bodies

23 days ago, 09:58

By: Lilys Njeru

Dressed in diving gear comprising a wetsuit, mask and flippers, Caesar Bita, 42, plunges into the Indian Ocean off the coast of Malindi. Sometimes he’s gone for hours while other times, it’s just for a few minutes. “I am an underwater archaeologist. I research and study human interactions with the sea, lakes and rivers through the study of remains of ships, maritime cultures, shore side facilities, cargo, human remains and submerged landscapes, “ he says. The Bachelor of anthropology g ...
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