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Doctor Who Moves Time and Space to Accommodate Sir David Attenborough

Who'd win in a time-based battle: the Doctor, or Sir David Attenborough? Read More >>

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Sir David Attenborough Has A New Netflix Documentary On The Way

Officially the scariest thing that can happen to any Brit is to see David Attenborough trending on Twitter, but thankfully it's good news today: our favourite nature-botherer has an eight-part series coming to Netflix next year. Read More >>

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New VR Experience Lets You Enjoy the Natural History Museum With an Attenborough-Shaped Teacher

If you're heading to a museum, there are plenty of ways you can enjoy the exhibits. You can meander around the building looking at whatever takes your fancy, get an audio guide to walk you round, tag along with a tour guide, or have David Attenborough himself show you a bit of what's on offer. Wait, what? Read More >>

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David Attenborough is Heading to Yorkshire to Open Jurassic Exhibition

It's not quite the same one as in the movies, but Yorkshire is getting its own Jurassic World — and nature documentary legend David Attenborough is heading up to officially open it. Read More >>

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Finally You Can Watch Blue Planet 2 in 4K UHD with HDR – Thanks To BBC iPlayer

If you're anything like me, then every Sunday for the past six weeks, you've stared in awe at your TV screen as David Attenborough narrates some of the most extraordinary nature footage ever shot. From the disgusting, creepy starfish, to the disgusting, creepy octopuses, man alive, it turns out that nature is a horrifying cycle of death and misery for most creatures. Read More >>

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David Attenborough Is Being Turned Into A Hologram

Great news for anyone worried by the fact that Sir David Attenborough is 90, as Sky has announced plans to turn the world's greatest natural history broadcaster into a virtual reality hologram. Read More >>

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BBC Blue Planet Is Back For 2017 – And So Is David Attenborough

After a 16-year wait, the sequel to 2001's The Blue Planet will be coming to BBC One later this year. Originally announced as 'Ocean,' the BBC's seven-part series will in fact be called Blue Planet 2. Read More >>

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Supermarkets May Introduce “Plastic-Free” Aisles

Around 300 million tonnes of plastic are produced every year, and every year, 8 million tonnes end up in the ocean. You've probably seen the adverts and the documentaries: dead sea-birds cut open to reveal loads of tiny pieces of plastic in their stomachs, seals with six-pack rings around their necks, and that huge floating trash island in the Pacific. Read More >>

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Watch How High These Crazy Birds Have to Jump to Get Laid

The next time you get rejected, thank your lucky stars you’re not a male widowbird, the poor creature who has to jump really high for a long time just to get a little bit of attention and, if all goes according to plan, some action. Read More >>

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Planet Earth 2 is More Real Than You Realise: We Speak to Producers to Find Out how It’s Made

Back in 2011, BBC's Frozen Planet documentary attracted controversy after using 'fake' shots of a polar bear and its cubs that were actually filmed in a zoo. The BBC explained how they got the footage in a behind the scenes video on the Frozen Planet website and denied misleading the audience. Read More >>

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2016 Ends With a Plague of Locusts, But At Least Planet Earth Were There To Film Them

Ah, 2016, you've been pretty hideous all things considered. So it is perhaps only fitting that the year is more or less ending with a plague of locusts, on a pretty much Biblical scale. Read More >>

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The Most Insane Moments in Last Night’s Planet Earth 2 Episode 2, “Mountains”

Last week we couldn't resist sharing with you some of the most brutal moments from the first episode of Planet Earth 2, the BBC's astonishing new nature series. And it appears that the spectre of death resonated with our readers. so we wanted to do the same this week. Read More >>

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Sloths are Amazingly Fast Swimmers When They’re Chasing Sex

Sunday night was the first episode of Planet Earth II, hosted by universally beloved nonagenarian David Attenborough. The six-episode series was filmed in 40 countries over three years, and whatever it cost, it was worth every god damn penny. Read More >>

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Newly Discovered “Mini Marsupial Lion” Named After David Attenborough

Australian scientists have named a newly discovered species of tiny marsupial lion after Sir David Attenborough. Read More >>

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A New Petition’s Calling for Sir David Attenborough to be Renamed Boaty McBoatface

Gary Jackson, we salute you. Following the gut-wrenching news that the UK’s new £200 million polar research ship will be named RRS Sir David Attenborough rather than Boaty McBoatface -- Solon and Pericles would be ashamed -- he’s set up a new petition calling for everyone’s favourite naturalist to change his name. Read More >>