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St Phillip's student dubbed ‘Next David Attenborough’ is Guinness World Record holder

St Phillip's student dubbed ‘Next David Attenborough’ is Guinness World Record holder <i>(Image: Aneeshwar Kunchala)</i>
St Phillip's student dubbed ‘Next David Attenborough’ is Guinness World Record holder (Image: Aneeshwar Kunchala)

A CAMPAIGNING schoolboy has become a world record breaker.

Aneeshwar Kunchala, seven, has set a Guinness World Record, for being the youngest male documentary presenter in the world.

The young boy from Westbrook was the presenter of the documentary ‘COP27: Six Ways To Save The Planet’ which was released on Sky Kids.

Six children from six continents joined Aneeshwar to help provide the perspective of their own countries and propose solutions to the environmental problems facing the world.

The documentary can be found below.

This comes following Aneeshwar’s participation on Britain’s Got Talent, in which he got to the final for his poetry about nature and was dubbed ‘the next David Attenborough’ by judge David Walliams.

Aneeshwar, who attends St Phillip’s CE Primary +School, also recently appeared on BBC Breakfast to discuss his new world record and love of nature.

Aneeshwar’s father Anil said of the achievement: “As a family we are feeling really happy and it is amazing to see how people around the world support Aneeshwar for this great cause.

We hope he achieves what he dreamed, and we wish him good luck for his future.

As a family we would like to see Aneeshwar along with his hero Sir David Attenborough one day.”