Collecting marine life in the KimberleyVideo | Updated 6 years ago Clay Bryce Senior Project Officer, Aquatic Zoology Since 1976 the WA Museum has been investigating the marine fauna in the Kimberley creating an immense body of marine biodiversity knowledge for the region. This research has continued to the present day. Join Clay Bryce on a journey that will take you from historic biological collecting practices through to today's modern methods. And all this done in the sometimes hair-raising territory of sharks and crocodiles! This lecture was recorded at the Western Australian Museum – Albany on 22 June 2010. This video recording was made possible with the support of Chevron Australia.