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Goldnugget Goldnugget
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Re: 'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #11
yeah, one a month...

Its all reality tv these days... whats more real than the world we live in???
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lizroberts lizroberts
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Re: 'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #12
I've watched pretty much every series on bbc about nature. They are always well made and informative. Such a shame.

That frog is huge and impressive.
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Coralline Coralline
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  • Posted on: 22/2/2008 18:33
Re: 'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #13
couldnt agree more, wildlife programs are ace, its a shame theres so many crappy reality shows - maybe if the tv poeple invested more in nature series than reality rubbish they would be more kids interested in the real world than all these ridiculous pseudo celebrities that are springing up from everywhere.. i dont mind interesting talented people being recognised, but even then i would prefer to see wildlife programs! we should have a weekly update program on what new species have been discovered, living and fossilised!
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Goldnugget Goldnugget
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Re: 'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #14
Decided to treat myself to David Attenborough's "The Living Planet" today, HMV have all his older boxed sets on special offer at mo if anyone's interested!

Know what I'm gonna be doing all weekend!!!
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longhairedgit longhairedgit
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Re: 'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #15
Yeah ive got just about everything dave has done on DVD, from life on earth onwards, and I always end up putting on the blue planet and planet earth etc on the player and then nodding off to it, always seems to give me a damn fine kip.
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Goldnugget Goldnugget
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Re: 'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #16
Blue Planet is fantastic, one of my favourites, to be honest I've seen most of them on tv at some point or another but its nice to have them to hand.
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