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The Ranger isn’t a great watcher of the television. But one of the very few programmes in the last few years that persuaded him to join the rest of the country in gawping at was the David Attenborough masterpiece Life in the Undergrowth. Since those early days of Life on Earth in 1979 no television viewer who really enjoys the natural world can have willingly missed any of the BBC Natural History Unit studies of our planet and the life upon it.
Now Naturenet is offering you the chance to win a six-DVD set of some of the finest that the BBC’s Natural History Unit can offer, with four full series including every episode of Attenborough’s sublime Life in The Freezer. The Ranger has two copies of the first BBC Atlas of the Natural World, a six-DVD set not yet on release in the UK. How to enter
There are two ways to win, because The Ranger has got two lovely shiny copies of this marvellous DVD to hand out. Sorry, the competition is closed, you’re too late!
Your natural world story Yes, your tale of the natural world could win you a DVD worth