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I have always loved animals. When I was at primary school I was unable to reach the front entrance without stopping to remove imperilled earthworms from the pavement and safely return them to soil. Even as a teenager, on summer holidays in France I was more concerned with patrolling the swimming pool for drowning insects than tanning myself on a lounger. I adopted tigers, whales and dolphins and wrote to organisations like the Born Free Foundation to tell them, in my child language, how much I admired them. My decision to study Zoology at university was made at the age when memories are just beginning, after I discovered that David Attenborough was a zoologist and then checked what a zoologist…

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 On The Academic Road To Nowhere - One Scientist’s Story

My decision to study Zoology at university was made at the age when memories are just beginning, after I discovered that David Attenborough was a zoologist and then checked what a zoologist was in our family Encyclopaedia.

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