Dr. Joseph Dituri lived underwater for 100 days at Jules' Undersea Lodge in the Florida Keys

He broke the record for the longest time living underwater 

The previous record was 73 days 2 hours and 34 minutes

Dr. Dituri is a retired U.S. Navy officer and has a doctorate in biomedical engineering

He stayed at a lodge that was submerged 30 feet underwater

His goal was to study how living underwater for a long time affects the human body

Dr. Dituri faced challenges like constant pressure and the need to decompress safely

His achievement has important implications for science and exploration

It could influence future underwater exploration and discoveries

Dr. Dituri's amazing feat inspires others to explore the underwater world