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Sir David Attenborough narrative has watchers in TEARS over orangutan's predicament

BBC's Climate Change: The Facts demonstrated the shocking fight between an orangutan and a bulldozer sent to crush its woods home 

Sir David Attenborough documentary has viewers in TEARS over orangutan plight
Sir David Attenborough narrative has watchers in TEARS over orangutan's predicament 

Watchers DISTRAUGHT BY PRIMATE'S FUTILE BATTLE WITH BULLDOZER 

Watchers of David Attenborough's new BBC narrative were moved to tears over the shocking fight between an orangutan and a bulldozer sent to crush its home. 

Environmental Change: The Facts told how the taking off interest for palm oil was prompting extensive scale deforestation with huge zones of rainforest being tore down and supplanted with palm oil ranches. 

Cameras caught the minute a urgent orangutan endeavored to push a bulldozer as it tore down trees in its way. 

The creature was seen urgently endeavoring to beat the machine away before escaping the zone. 

Another BBC narrative caught the appalling minute an orangutan encountered a bulldozer
Another BBC narrative caught the appalling minute an orangutan encountered a bulldozer 

The mammoth frantically attempted to fend the machine off 



Watchers at home were left crushed by the monster's predicament, portraying the scenes as 'genuinely lamentable.' 

"This chafes me, quit pulverizing their home," said one. 

"How could they do that to the Orangutan in its country. Completely appalling," raged another. 

"That orangutan battling the digger was one of the saddest things I've at any point seen," a third remarked. 

All through the narrative, Sir David and his group of specialists planned to feature the harming impacts environmental change is having on the planet. 

Sir David Attenborough cautioned of the harm deforestation is having on our plane
Sir David Attenborough cautioned of the harm deforestation is having on our planet (Image: BBC) 


They demonstrated immense regions of rainforests being cleared and consumed to be supplanted with palm oil ranches - as shopper interest for the item increments. 

Palm oil is found in numerous family unit items from cleanser to cleanser to crisps. 

Researchers on the BBC program clarified that when hundreds of years old woods are torn down discharging CO2 into the climate, the planet warms up at anaccelerated speed. 

"The outcomes will deteriorate," cautioned Sir David. 

The hour long narrative is a piece of the Our Planet Matters season on the BBC.

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