Uncle Davey’s Herts Content, #5 “On fish and watercress”
Original playout date: 26 February 2008
“On this spot, 40 years ago, I got clawed by a tiger. Happy memories!
This is a walk along the Grand Union Canal and a discussion of how species get their names and some of the things that we can see along the canal.”
I fondly remember David Sands (who is still alive incidentally and long may he remain so). There are many catfish speacies and in fact about one in seven vertebrates is a catfish. So as you can imagine the naming became not that easy in the time.
Quote of the clip: “This is England”
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Camera: Fuji Finepix
Post Production: Windows Movie Maker – medium use
Location: Boxmoor, Hemel Hempstead,
Other people featured: None
Genre: Walking, gallery,
Music used: “Barcarolle”, Katherine Jenkins
Languages used: English
Animals/plants featured: Naturally occuring vegetation, numerous catfish shots! Something about watercress genus Nasturtium.
Other remarks: Don’t talk much about cress until the end.
Posted on 03/09/2018, in Autobiographical, Britain, Filming While Walking, Fish and Aquaria and tagged Blackbirds Moor, Boxmoor, Brachyrhamdia marthae, Corydoras amandajanea, David D. Sands, davidsandsi, species. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.