A little while ago I got lost at sea and washed up in an old lighthouse in London’s docklands. As luck would have it, I found myself in a room full of people sitting on blue and white striped life rings on the floor.
Turned out I was in just the right place for the latest in the Lost Lectures series in London. I’d be asked to come along and share some thoughts about the underwater world. So I decided to ask the audience: ‘Can we love fish as much as we love whales?’ Here’s my talk, featuring dancing seahorses and sharks with glowing genitals.
Be sure to check out the Lost Lectures for lots of talks by a whole host of incredible speakers.
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