A mother three-toed pygmy sloth carries her baby on her chest. The youngster is around 6 months old, and will remain with its mother for a further 6 months, until it is able to fend for itself

Getting up close: New episodes of Sir Attenborough Planet Earth show

A mother three-toed pygmy sloth carries her baby on her chest. The youngster is around 6 months old, and will remain with its mother for a further 6 months, until it is able to fend for itself

Will Attenborough's primary photo

Will Attenborough's primary photo

"The males" -- I love it when Aelin almost says "men" and then has to correct herself because Rowan would probably get to offended at being called a human man.

"The males" -- I love it when Aelin almost says "men" and then has to correct herself because Rowan would probably get to offended at being called a human man.

finally i get to see the brothers together! David & Richard Attenborough

David Attenborough: My tears for my dear old brother

Post Coital is a webisodes series. Each episode is set in a bed. Each episode is a post coital conversation.  Will Attenborough Sophie Crawford  Written and…

Post Coital is a webisodes series. Each episode is set in a bed. Each episode is a post coital conversation. Will Attenborough Sophie Crawford Written and…

Rob Callender, Cai Brigden, James Parris, Dario Coates, Will Attenborough, Mark Donald, Rowan Polonski and Bill Milner attend an after party celebrating the press night performance of 'Another Country', playing at the Trafalgar Studios, at Walkers of Whitehall on April 3, 2014 in London, England.

Rob Callender, Cai Brigden, James Parris, Dario Coates, Will Attenborough, Mark Donald, Rowan Polonski and Bill Milner attend an after party celebrating the press night performance of 'Another Country', playing at the Trafalgar Studios, at Walkers of Whitehall on April 3, 2014 in London, England.

BBC series Planet Earth II will be unparalleled, says Attenborough

BBC series Planet Earth II will be unparalleled, says Attenborough

A hatchling marine iguana sits on the head of an adult at Cape Douglas, on the island of Fernandina Photograph: Elizabeth White/BBC

Bittern heard booming and finally seen at the Attenborough Centre on 23rd April 2014

Bittern heard booming and finally seen at the Attenborough Centre on 23rd April 2014

As controversial as this may be, Attenborough is right. At least we have birth control to effect such a change - people in the countries the overly developed world likes to call 'developing' when they really mean, 'subjugated and oppressed' will continue to have larger families because the infant mortality rate will remain high because white people don't care enough about the poorer nations - which is appalling, considering some of Europe is desperately poor. Anyway. Attenborough is correct.

As controversial as this may be, Attenborough is right. At least we have birth control to effect such a change - people in the countries the overly developed world likes to call 'developing' when they really mean, 'subjugated and oppressed' will continue to have larger families because the infant mortality rate will remain high because white people don't care enough about the poorer nations - which is appalling, considering some of Europe is desperately poor. Anyway. Attenborough is correct.

Nintendo Treehouse Log update - "Dances with Bokoblins"   I grew up on nature shows starting with G-rated content like Mutual of Omahas Wild Kingdom but quickly graduating to the hard stuff on the Discovery Channel. Its bizarre to think that the absolute authority in the field back then hasnt changed in 30 yearsfor my dollar its still Sir David Attenborough and always will be as long as he walks the earth. His cultured tones narrated so many moments of wonder in my younger days to the point…

Nintendo Treehouse Log update - "Dances with Bokoblins" I grew up on nature shows starting with G-rated content like Mutual of Omahas Wild Kingdom but quickly graduating to the hard stuff on the Discovery Channel. Its bizarre to think that the absolute authority in the field back then hasnt changed in 30 yearsfor my dollar its still Sir David Attenborough and always will be as long as he walks the earth. His cultured tones narrated so many moments of wonder in my younger days to the point…

'Boaty McBoatface' submarine returns home https://tmbw.news/boaty-mcboatface-submarine-returns-home  Boaty McBoatface, the UK's favourite yellow submarine, has returned from its first major science expedition.The vehicle was used in the Antarctic to map the movement of deep, cold water as it moves away from the White Continent towards the Atlantic Ocean.Scientists say this flow of water plays an important role in helping to regulate the Earth's climate system.Boaty made a total of three…

'Boaty McBoatface' submarine returns home https://tmbw.news/boaty-mcboatface-submarine-returns-home Boaty McBoatface, the UK's favourite yellow submarine, has returned from its first major science expedition.The vehicle was used in the Antarctic to map the movement of deep, cold water as it moves away from the White Continent towards the Atlantic Ocean.Scientists say this flow of water plays an important role in helping to regulate the Earth's climate system.Boaty made a total of three…

Kate sparkled as she chatted with Sir David Attenborough to unveil the new blue whale at the Natural History Museum

Duchess of Cambridge visits the Natural History Museum

Kate sparkled as she chatted with Sir David Attenborough to unveil the new blue whale at the Natural History Museum

The Duchess of Cambridge talks to museum director Sir Michael Dixon

Duchess of Cambridge visits the Natural History Museum

The Duchess of Cambridge talks to museum director Sir Michael Dixon

The Duchess of Cambridge flaunted her bold shorter 'kob' hairstyle this evening at the Natural History Museum as she joined Sir David Attenborough to unveil the new blue whale skeleton

Duchess of Cambridge visits the Natural History Museum

The Duchess of Cambridge flaunted her bold shorter 'kob' hairstyle this evening at the Natural History Museum as she joined Sir David Attenborough to unveil the new blue whale skeleton

Beloved: Sir David Attenborough, who marks a remarkable 65 years on TV next year, will be the most frequent face on our screens over the festive New Year period

Sir David is making 185 festive TV appearances this year

Beloved: Sir David Attenborough, who marks a remarkable 65 years on TV next year, will be the most frequent face on our screens over the festive New Year period

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