Dr. Seymour "Jelly Dude from Nemo Land" talks about how spending a week with Steve Irwin affected his life.
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Dr. Seymour teaches at James Cook University
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A huge thanks to Dr. Jamie Seymour, a world renouned venom biologist at James Cook University. He's a top notch guy who helped me open my eyes to the wonders of the ocean.
Also, the beautiful Underwater clip of Dr. Seymour and I watching the anemonefish was taken by "Shark Dude" Richard Fitzpatrick. Richard is the man. more on him later. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dar1x4fiG2I
License Information for Creative Commons images of Steve Irwin retrieved from Wikipedia:
As of Sep. 4, 2006, this photo is tagged at Flickr as CC-BY-2.0
Photos by Richard Giles, aka User rich115 on Flickr
Outro Music "Manta" by A Shell In The Pit.
You know Gordon's music by now. It's all good.
Rough Draft editing of RAW footage by Ben Linderman.
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