SIR David Attenborough has shielded a rescue of penguins in an part of his uncover Dynasties.
The broadcaster, 92, insisted that a cameraman was right to support a stranded animals.
But changing his mind, he said: “You aren’t indeed touching a animal. All a cameraman did was to only make a small slit in a ice, so that a penguin could get a foothold and get out of a hole.”
But he certified that he would not meddle with a hunt should he see an animal about to be killed by a predator.
Millions watched a organisation of czar penguins turn stranded during a oppressive Antarctic winter during November’s show.
However a BBC suggested a organisation motionless to act, digging a shoal ramp.
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