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Serengeti Shall Not Die

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Chopper man turned Kenyan wildebeests into celebrities

SDE Entertainment News
Kenyans have been immersed in an endless election farce, the death of the man who exposed the wildebeest migration as a global phenomenon went unnoticed. Alan Root died on August 26 aged 80. Brain cancer, it was. The celebrated wildlife documentary ...

1960 Academy Awards Documentary Feature Winner Serengeti Shall Not Die News

Alan Root 1937-2017

Nepali times
A talented mimic summoning species with perfect imitations (baboon alarms and tree hyrax calls were my favourite), Alan stopped at nothing in pursuit of his art, disguising himself in floats and hides, pioneering remote cameras, using hot air balloons ...

1960 Academy Awards Documentary Feature Winner Serengeti Shall Not Die News

Alan Root

The Times
It would have been his final safari, almost 60 years after he first crossed the plains as a cameraman on the documentary Serengeti Shall Not Die, which won an Oscar in 1959 for the best documentary feature. However, he was diagnosed with the brain ...

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