Understanding: “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”   - Albert Einstein

My love for this man is limitless and I dread the day of his death - Sir David Attenborough - I agree

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

More Planet Earth II unveiled: Leaping gangs of monkeys, flipping penguins and killer cats feature in extended trailer for the return of Sir David Attenborough's stunning series

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

We might be polite but we can still fuck you up.

21 Reasons British People Are Actually Fucking Terrifying

We might be polite but we can still fuck you up.

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 April RSPB Minsmere. (All Suffolk Secrets customers get a "RSPB Minsmere 2 for 1 or Kids Go Free" voucher when they book one of our Suffolk cottage holidays)

Sir David Attenborough - nobody does it better...

PP - "Sir David Attenborough is my absolute idol. This year I will see him when he visits Sydney to present his Life on Earth Tour. The day I see him is the day I cross off my bucket list seeing my hero speak.

"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.<<<actually SJM uses "male" instead of "man" most of the time. Both in TOG and ACOTAR

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

David Attenborough enamel lapel pin badge. 10% to WWF charity. Badge. Hat pins. Nature. Travel documentary. Explorer Monstera. Flair. Patch.

David Attenborough enamel lapel pin badge. Badge. Hat pins. Nature. Travel documentary. Explorer Monstera. Flair. Patch. Icon plants patch

The living legend of travel and nature documentaries, this hero deserves a spot on your lapel!Each pin is at longest point, soft enamel on black dyed metal.

Mysterious Underwater ‘Crop Circles’ Discovered Off the Coast of Japan

Underwater ‘Crop Circles’ discovered by Japanese phtographer Yoji Ookata off the cost of Japan created by the ale puffer fish to attract a mate. The male will go so far as to place cracked shells in the inner grooves to add to their appeal.

Warning: Sir David Attenborough has issued a stark warning that mankind must curb its growing population or nature will do it for us

... meanwhile, the man who's never OFF the telly says 'curb population or nature will do it for us': Wildlife legend Sir David warns that mankind is a 'plague on the Earth'

Sir David Attenborough has issued a stark warning that the world must limit population growth. The presenter predicted that if humans do not curb burgeoning populations, then nature will do it for us.

David Attenborough: force of nature  David Attenborough may have lived the perfect life, travelling the world and seeing its wonders before tourism ravaged them. He talks to Robin McKie about his early regrets, battles with climate change deniers, and his favourite place on Earth

David Attenborough: force of nature

BBC series Planet Earth II will be unparalleled, says Attenborough

BBC series Planet Earth II will be unparalleled, says Attenborough

Shot over three years in 40 countries, the spectacular wildlife blockbuster returns after a decade hiatus with a high-definition twist

Duchess of Cambridge visits the Natural History Museum | Daily Mail Online

Duchess of Cambridge visits the Natural History Museum

Duchess of Cambridge visits the Natural History Museum | Daily Mail Online

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