David Attenborough broke a world record on Instagram

The fastest time since David Attenborough’s debut on Instagram last week to reach 1 million followers was the Guinness World Record. It will only take 4 hours and 44 minutes for the glad broadcaster and naturalist to break the record previously held by Jennifer Aniston. Since then, his followers have more than quadrupled.

Aniston set the previous Instagram record in Instagram in October 2019, gathering one million followers 5 hours and 16 minutes after its launch. David Beckham, Pope Francis and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have also held the title in the past. None of them have caught the attention of the world until Attenborough is in its nearly seven-decade career.

“I’m making this move and exploring this new way of communicating with me because, as we all know, the world is in trouble,” 94-year-old Attenborough said in his first Instagram video. “The continents are on fire. Glaciers are melting. Coral reefs are dying. Fish are disappearing from our oceans. The list goes on. ”

It plans to use the platform to address this environmental crisis and share potential solutions. Reaching a small audience, he told the BBC yesterday, calling it “great hope.” “I feel privileged that they should listen to an old block like me,” Attenborough told Dhane. BBC.

There is one more route from Tenbro, which has documentary A Life on Our Planet Which will launch on Netflix on October 4. In the documentary, Attenborough recalls the natural wonders he documented in his career, the destruction at the hands of men, and what can be done to repair the damage.

“Man has surpassed the world. This film is my witness statement and my vision for the future, ‘he says in the documentary trailer.

Planet earth, Which was released in 2006 with Attenborough’s statement, still holds the Guinness World Record for the most sought-after documentary TV show. Attenborough holds two more Guinness World Records for the longest career as a TV presenter and the longest career as a TV Naturalist.