BAFTA-winning English naturalist, writer and television presenter, best known for BBC TV's Deadly 60 Steve Backshall and his wife, Olympic champion rower Helen Glover, took a moment as they passed along the Thames, to show their support for Zane's parents and their fight for the TruthAboutZane.
This Easter, they will be kayaking 125 miles non-stop from Devises to the Houses of Westminster in the classic DW race.
Environmentalist Steve Backshall and Olympic Gold Medalist Helen GLover show support for Truth About zane
They are racing to raise funds to protect a section of rainforest in Malaysian Borneo, saving it from being cut down to make way for oil palm plantations and safeguarding a wealth of threatened wildlife found there, such as Proboscis Monkey, Bornean Pygmy Elephant, the Bornean Orang-utan and Sunda Pangolin (the latter both classified as Critically Endangered by the IUCN Red List). Donations to sponsor Steve and Helen can be made here. If everyone did their part to help the environment and make the world a better place, the cumulative impact is significant. Toxic cases such as Zane's, of landfill killing precious children as they sleep, must never happen again.
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