If My Career As A Deep-Sea Biologist Doesn’t Work Out…

…it looks like I could put my knowledge to use sneaking drugs out of Colombia.

In the annals of the drug trade, traffickers have swallowed cocaine pellets, dissolved the powder into ceramics and flown the drug as far as Africa on flimsy planes — anything to elude detection and get a lucrative product to market. Now, the cartels seem to be increasingly going beneath the waves, relying on submarines built in clandestine jungle shipyards to move tons of cocaine.