David Attenborough Narrates an Animated Adventure Series For Kids

Don't work with children or animals? Sir David Attenborough laughs in the face of danger.

Animated Attenborough. (Image: CBeebies 'Storytime' app, illustrated by Will Rose)

Sir David Attenborough’s adventures are being retold. His time in nature exploring the nooks and crannies of wildlife will now be featured on Storytime, an app with 2.4 million downloads, that is designed for toddlers. With Attenborough’s narration, the Storytime app run by CBeebies (a BBC television network for the under six age group) aims to help young children learn how to read on their iOS and Android screens.

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