David Attenborough has issued a warning saying that if celebrities continue to die at their current rate, we could be faced with a world without famous people within a generation.
The caution comes in this month’s celebrity edition of National Geographic, in which the English broadcaster and naturalist spells out the perils of the current crisis and considers solutions for the conservation of the species.
Among the ideas mooted by Attenborough is an initiative to turn celebrity habitats such as Hollywood and London’s Primrose Hill into internationally recognized reserves.
“They will be overseen by gamekeepers who will monitor their diets and encourage breeding.”
Attenborough has also taken inspiration from the WWF and is set to unveil a celebrity adoption program.
“Well, it worked for the giant panda. Didn’t it?”