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Attenborough

1. Sir David. born 1926, British naturalist and broadcaster; noted esp for his TV series Life on Earth (1978), The Living Planet (1983), and The Life of Birds (1998)
2. his brother, Richard, Baron Attenborough. born 1923, British film actor, director, and producer; his films include Gandhi (1982), Cry Freedom (1987), and Shadowlands (1993)
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Attenborough commented that "a gorilla is not like a fish", showing just how much he's learned in his decades of presenting wildlife programmes.
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