Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

Sex, like survival of the species, is VERY SERIOUS.

Recently, the BBC revived the program Last Chance to See, which first aired in the 1980s when naturalist Mark Carwardine paired with author and budding naturalist Douglas Adams to travel the world and visit some of the most endangered species in the world. The original result was a radio series -- archives of which are at the link above -- the book that was perhaps Adams's favorite of the books he had written, and Adams's increased concern for the well-being of the creatures which share the world with us.

Carwardine is now again in Last Chance To See, along with a TV camera crew and actor/friend of Adams Stephen Fry. It means the species covered 20 years ago, when still with us, may be revisited. It means Carwardine may continue to spread the message of protecting what biodiversity the world still has. It also means the world may see Carwardine getting shagged by a rare parrot:


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