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Television: Nature in the raw

by Gillean Craig

LIFE, Sir David Attenborough’s latest series about the wonders of the natural world, might just as accurately, on the showing of its first episode (BBC1, Monday of last week), be called “Death”.

What filled our screens was the distressing sight of one species of the animal kingdom sinking its teeth into another. The message is clear: for me to live means that you have to die. The carnage was interrupted for a few clips about vegetarians (in particular, Capuchin monkeys, who ...

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