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A one-man show at the Edinburgh Fringe, part of the world's biggest arts festival, pokes family-friendly fun at a British institution, 91-year-old TV zoologist David Attenborough, who is famous for series such as "The Blue Planet" and "Life on Earth".Attenborough's long list of achievements includes the commissioning of the groundbreaking program "Monty Python's Flying Circus" in the 1960s, so Neenan felt a humorous homage was entirely appropriate.The real Attenborough, due to visit Edinburgh for a television festival at the end of the month, is invited to a show, but Neenan says he will be nervous if the great man turns up."Attenborough" will be staged at the Edinburgh Fringe through Aug. 27 .
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