Wildlife photographer Jeff Cremer stops by to chat with Jason while on a brief break from photographing animals in the Peruvian Amazon. He tells the story about the time he almost lost his photo setup to an army of leafcutter ants, and explains the optical physics that allow him to get such stunning shots. Follow Jeff on twitter: @JCremerPhoto

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Jason is an animal behaviour researcher, science communicator and wildlife-nerd extraordinaire whose work has been featured in countless science blogs and publications (Scientific AmericanIo9 and Conservation Magazine to name a few). Each episode of The Wild Life is essentially an in-depth conversation with someone whose work or interests revolve around animals or wildlife, on topics ranging from the science of animal behaviour and conservation biology, to animal ethics, the wildlife in your own backyard – and beyond.

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