Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente, the ‘inventor’ of nature

The man and the earth

‘The adventure of life’ that was broadcast on National Radio, and later ‘Man and the Earth’, were the programs that launched its popularity. Its scope was enormous, an entire country was glued to its animal stories. Thousands of letters, mostly from children and young people, were sent to Rodríguez de la Fuente to say that they wanted to dedicate themselves to biology. ‘The man and the Earth’ (1975-1980) was his most famous production and was divided into three parts: the South American, the Iberian and the North American. Felix was a talented disseminator, a vocational naturalist and, above all, a marvelous media animal.


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