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Claire Gorman, from ABC Canberra Radio 666, interviewed University of Canberras Sean Doody, from the Applied Ecology Research Group, on 4 November 2004, about his work on the Botanic Gardens' Water Dragons. To hear the interview from ABC (streaming audio) click here. Claire's interview (Dur: 6 min 13 sec) or as MP3 (1,123 KB)