Divers carve pumpkins underwater in Flint Riverquarium



For the first time divers at the Flint Riverquarium tested the waters, carving a pumpkin submerged under water.

It’s all in preparation for the center’s Halloween celebrations. Next week, they’ll jump into the blue hole with some more pumpkins for the center’s first underwater carving show at 6pm.

WALB.com, Albany News, Weather, Sports

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