He has devoted his life to his passion for nature, and has become one of the most beloved documentary presenters in the world. Sir David Attenborough's massive body of work, as well as his thoroughly infectious enthusiasm for all plants and animals, makes him an ideal aide to bring into the primary classroom, writes Anne Vize.
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