The walk was accompanied by the delivery of a radical manifesto, co-edited by TV presenter Chris Packham, to Downing Street.
“As awe-inspiring as this documentary is, it does little to aid in the conservation of real nature,” argues Nicholas Harvey.
A Trust in Kenya is proving how these often conflicting forces can work together.
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he duck family were wondering around the streets of Seaford, East Sussex.
The project is part of a conservation effort by photographers Bruno D’Amicis and Umberto Esposito.
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The staged attack was conducted as part of Fanning’s work with conservation organisation Wild Ark.
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