BBC One broadcast the documentary last night. Attenborough, who is now also suffering exposed, calls the nature therein sick. Soon there is nothing more to film, is his message.Read also Ready with all the opinions on climate change? These are the facts
Images, that message of support, are not shunned. So you can see how a forest is cut down. A company that palm oil produces hack their way through the jungle in search of palm trees. A large orange excavator grabs in the round and then stopped by an orangutan. The animal sees his living space being threatened, shuffles on a fallen tree in the direction of the machine and makes a slamming motion. Then the monkey by the gripper arm to the side are tapped and he slips from the tree.
these images are already a bit older. The incident took place in 2013 in Indonesia, but the images were only in June last year, released by International Animal Rescue (view the images). Then published them in the media where they are quite a bit of fuss they caused. Then they are also in the documentary of Attenborough fitted.