Yet again a real conservation issue is sidelined by the climate narrative of the whispery-voiced gorilla-hugging Malthusian, slayer of walruses. These people are sick.
By Paul Homewood
h/t Robin Guenier/Me Grim Nasty
It looks like David Attenborough has been making it up as he goes along again:
On Sunday evening, the legendary BBC presenter took viewers to the southernmost continent for the first episode of “Seven Wolds, One Planet.” Now 93, Sir David emphasised the shocking effects human beings are having on this untouched frozen desert by contributing to global warming. He revealed how the population of albatross – large seabirds that live in cold conditions – has more than halved in 15 years.
This is due to the warming of the Southern Ocean, which is causing more severe weather patterns than ever seen before and the young birds simply cannot deal with it.
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