‘Animals need space to live’
SIR David Attenborough has spoken about the “huge problem” of how to allow animals enough space as the human population encroaches on their habitats.
The naturalist fronts BBC One’s new landmark series Dynasties, which follows the in-depth stories of five different endangered animals – the chimpanzee, emperor penguins, hunting dogs, lions and tigers.
Sir David said: “The telling shots show the encroachment of human population and that is the case in every one, except conceivably the Antarctic.
“It’s a very difficult thing to deal with. Men, women and children, they need space too, but how do you solve this?”
Dynasties will begin on November 11 at 8.30pm on BBC One.