Boris Johnson’s fiancée Carrie Symonds says Sir David Attenborough’s new documentary urging everyone to take responsibility for mass extinction left her in tears. The passionate conservationist took to Twitter after watching Sir David’s one-hour film Extinction: The Facts in which the iconic natural historian gives humanity his starkest warning yet to safeguard species from mass extinction for our own survival. Miss Symonds said she ‘cried’ viewing the show – which aired on Sunday – and said it’s ‘massively difficult to watch’. She wrote: ‘Everyone should watch this. It’s massively difficult to watch – I cried – but it is vital. We can’t ignore it. It’s time to act.’ Boris Johnson’s fiancée Carrie Symonds (left) says Sir David Attenborough’s (right) new documentary urging everyone to take responsibility for mass extinction left her in tears The passionate conservationist took to Twitter after watching Sir David’s one-hour film Extinction: The Facts The programme portrays the devastating consequences of mankind’s encroachment on natural habitats – and draws a clear link to pandemics such as the coronavirus crisis. Others took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the show. Ed Saunders wrote: ‘This makes me very sad. We’ve ruined the world.’ Rebecca Osmaston added: ‘Starkest message Attenborough has given…. Read full this story
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