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33. Jim Abernethy: Befriending sharks, Chasing Dinosaurs, and Becoming a Voice for Wildlife

33. Jim Abernethy: Befriending sharks, Chasing Dinosaurs, and Becoming a Voice for Wildlife

Jim Abernethy is an award-winning author, cinematographer, photographer, and conservationist. For decades, he’s lived aboard his boat, leading expeditions to engage with the world’s largest predatory sharks, cage-free. His work has been featured on Imax, National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, Animal Planet, the Discovery Channel and more.In today’s episode, Jim shares how a dinosaur nest changed the trajectory of his life, how he makes friends with sharks, and how his book helped to shape ocean policy. Jim also shares some behind the scenes stories from film crews who came aboard his boat, and advice that anyone, from conservationist to business person, can live by.marinebio.life/33Support the show (http://patreon.com/marinebiolife)

Duration: 47 min

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