Weather reporter gives MERMAID SCHOOL a try, it goes surprisingly well





Michelle Mackey strapped on the tail and gave it a try.

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6 Replies to “Weather reporter gives MERMAID SCHOOL a try, it goes surprisingly well”

  1. Michelle, you're a natural! The underwater shots in particular make it look like you've been a mermaid all your life. My wife and I have three mer-tails between us here in Nova Scotia and we love seeing new people try this amazing and magical lifestyle. Thanks for sharing your Aquamermaid adventure – looking forward to seeing your first underwater weather forecast! #glub #blub

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