Attenborough receives ’32nd’ honorary degree

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Sir David Attenborough, the world wildlife expert,  has been given an honorary degree from Queen’s University in Belfast.

This means that the natural history documentary maker now has 32nd honorary degrees from various universities.

You don’t study for honorary degrees. They areawarded by universities to recognise the work people have done.

Sir David Attenborough is now 87 years old and this award was for his services to science and broadcasting.

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