A nine-year-old boy who loves creating taxidermy and collects bugs and insects wants to grow up to be just like his role model and has even been nicknamed the ‘mini David Attenborough.’
Angus Latimer has a passion for dead animals after watching his mum create taxidermy as a toddler and collects rocks, fossils and shells, as well as looking after his pet frog, named Slippery.
Mum, Kate Latimer-Matthews, 33, from Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucester, found that out of her four children, Chloe, 17, Archie, 12, Angus, 9 and Albert, who is four-months old, that Angus was the one who was most fascinated by her work.
She said: “I always knew that Angus was different from my other children. They wear trainers and want to play football and he just wants to visits museums.
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