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This low-cost underwater drone aims to democratize the ocean for wannabe treasure hunters

Treasure hunters and explorers David Lang and Eric Stackpole are creating what they call the world's first low-cost underwater drone. Back in 2012, Eric told David about gold lost inside an underwater cave in California that was just begging to be found. So, naturally, the two set out on their path becoming millionaires, scheming ways of locating and extracting the hidden treasure.
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