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    My hero, David Attenborough: Do something about climate change.

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    David Attenborough's come to bed eyes. You will be his.

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    Creation's Journey to Life: Day 413: Nature: the Reflection of Human Nature http://creationsjourneytolife.blogspot.com/2013/06/day-413-nature-reflection-of-human.html

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    Sir David Attenborough. THIS MAN.

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    David Attenborough=incredible. and we share a birthday

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