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12.05 19 Sep 2019


David Attenborough's wildlife documentaries ‘actively mislead audiences’ on the impact humans are having on nature. 

That’s according to a new report from a group of scientists in a paper published in People and Nature. 

Julia Jones, Professor in Conservation Science at Bangor University and lead researcher on the paper joins to explain the findings.  

 


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