EXCLUSIVE: Sir David Attenborough, 94, left Instagram exactly two months after signing up to warn that the world is in trouble.
- The sender's platform currently states that it is no longer active in the bio section of the page
- Popular naturalist David previously held the record for fastest public figure to gain a million followers
- The media personality first joined the network service, warning that the world was in trouble as part of its lifelong campaign to curb climate change
Sir David Attenborough left Instagram exactly two months after signing up for the first time at the age of 94, as MailOnline can exclusively reveal.
The station's platform, which previously held the record for being the fastest site to gain a million followers, is currently reporting that it is "no longer active" in its biography section.
Popular naturalist David first joined the social media network service to warn that the world is in trouble as part of its lifelong campaign to curb climate change.
EXCLUSIVE: Sir David Attenborough left Instagram exactly two months after signing up for the first time at the age of 94
In September, the historian drew a million accounts in just four hours and 44 minutes.
The media personality knocked out Jennifer Aniston's five hours and 16 minutes, but has since been taken over by Harry Potter's Rupert Grint, who amassed the support in just four hours and a minute.
The conservation expert's website still has a whopping 6.2 million followers and will lead fans to inspiring reports.
Milestones: The broadcaster's platform previously held the record for being the fastest site to attract a million followers (see illustration earlier this year).
Details: The account currently states that it is "no longer active" in its bio section (see image above).
MailOnline asked a representative for David for further comments.
The moderator shared his reason for creating his account to seek new ways to reach people as part of his famous fight against climate change.
A month later, Sir David released his new film David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet on Netflix.
New defending champion: The naturalist knocked out Jennifer Aniston's time of five hours and 16 minutes, but has since been taken over by Rupert Grint (pictured with his daughter Wednesday)
The documentary was released alongside a book about his impressive career, which spanned almost seven decades.
On a clip under his handle @davidattenborough he said, “Hello, my name is David Attenborough and I've been on radio and television for 60 years, but this is my first time on Instagram.
“I'm taking this step and exploring this new way of communicating with myself because, as we all know, the world is in trouble.
“Continents are burning, glaciers are melting, coral reefs are dying, fish are disappearing from our oceans, the list goes on and on.
“But we know what to do about it. That's why I'm tackling this new communication path for myself.
“For the next few weeks I'll be recording messages to explain what the problems are and how we can deal with them. Join in or stay tuned as we said in the early days of radio. & # 39;
Candid: Sir David first joined the social media network service as part of its lifelong campaign to curb climate change warning that the world is in trouble (pictured in Kenya in August).
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