The Lawnmower City, AL
>I love the Animal Planet channel (except for the thrill-seekers who dive
>with sharks and stupid sensational stuff like that). The Crocodile Hunter
>and Mark O'Shea are doing wonders for education on animal plights and
>diversity and such. And these shows are coming right into the homes of
>people in cities, too! I wish we had such personalities doing education
>North America's animals-- especially fishes and herps. There was a guy in
>South Carolina named Rudy Mancke who had a nature show on SC public TV. He
>traveled to natural places all over the country. I don't know that his
>had wide distribution, but it was sure entertaining and educational.
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