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<h1 id="title"> Sir David Frederick Attenborough </h1>
  <div> English broadcaster,writer and naturalist</div>
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<p>"An understanding of the natural world and what's in it is a source of not only a great curiosity but great fulfillment."</p>
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      <h3 id="headline">Fascinating facts about Sir David Attenborough </h3>
      <p> <strong>Sir David Attenborough was born on 8 May, 1926, in Isleworth, West London.</strong>
The same year as Queen Elizabeth II! </p>
      <p><strong>He was raised on the campus of University College, Leicester.</strong>  Now the University of Leicester, where his dad was principal.</p>
      <p><strong>Sir David doesn’t count himself as an animal ‘lover’.</strong> But instead says he has always been fascinated by them.</p>
      <p><strong>He’s thrifty!</strong> At 11 years old he struck a deal selling newts to University College, Leicester for 3d (3 pence) each. The newts only came from a pond 5m away from the university’s zoology department!</p>
      <p><strong> He is the only person to have won BAFTAs for programmes in black and white, colour, HD, and 3D.</strong></p>
      <p><strong> He doesn’t own a car as he never passed his driving test. </strong> He’s also not keen on sending emails, and prefers receiving letters by fax or post.</p>
      <p><strong> During World War II his parents adopted two Jewish refugee girls from Europe.</strong></p>
      <p><strong> There’s only one animal Sir David doesn’t like…</strong> Rats!</p>
      <p><strong> Sir David was rejected from the first job he ever applied for at the BBC.</strong> The position of radio talk producer.</p>
      <p><strong> In 1947 he spent two years serving in the Royal Navy.</strong> Based in North Wales and the Firth of Forth.</p>
      <p><strong> When Sir David got his first job in television, he didn’t even own a TV.</strong> Like most British people at the time!</p>
      <p><strong>His first programme, called Coelacanth, looked at the rediscovery of the coelacanth</strong> – a prehistoric fish.</p>
      <p><strong>Sir David has more than ten plants and animals named after him.</strong> Such as the Nepenthes attenboroughii – a giant carnivorous plant that devours animals as large as rats – and the UK’s new polar research vessel, RRS Sir David Attenborough.</p>
      <p><strong> In 1985 he received a knighthood.</strong> Granting him the title of Sir David Attenborough.</p>
      <p><strong> He’s thought to be one of the most well-travelled people on the planet.</strong>For The Life of Birds documentary, he travelled a whopping 256,000 miles – that’s the same as travelling around the world ten times!</p>
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      <h3>“I’m luckier than my grandfather, who didn’t move more than five miles from the village where he was born.”</h3>
      <div> David Attenborough</div>
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    <h3> More information about Sir David Attenbrough life and awards on his <a id="tribute-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Attenborough"                       target="_blank"> Wikipedia entry</a>.</h3>
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