It's not often you see "shipwreck hunter" listed on someone's business card or résumé, but that is indeed National Geographic grantee David Mearns' career choice. For him, unearthing lost history and recovering centuries-old treasures is just another day at the office—or ocean, rather. #BestJobEver
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