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Good Things: Underwater museum, Giant hot chocolate

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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A British sculptor has found a unique way to help save marine life. He's building an underwater museum! Jason Taylor will place more than 400 life-size figures on the seabed of the national marine park off the shores of Cancun. When it's done it will be the largest underwater museum. Taylor says the sculptures act as artificial reefs to protect marine life.

Now this is how you serve hot chocolate. 500 gallons of chocolate in a bath tub-sized mug that's seven feet in diameter and weighs over 4000 pounds. The American Dairy Association and dairy council set this up in New York to raise awareness about vitamin D deficiency in children and adults. Organizers handed out about 10,000 free cups of hot chocolate throughout the day.