Wildlife expert and children's TV presenter Terry Nutkins has passed away aged 66.
The Really Wild Show star has died after battling leukaemia.
Terry had eight children
Born in London in 1946, Terry first made a name for himself on screen in the early 1980s alongside Johnny Morris on the BBC's Animal Magic show, where he was fondly remembered for appearing with Gemini, the Californian sea lion he had hand-reared from infancy.
But he's best known for his seven-year stint on The Really Wild Show, which he joined in 1986. He hosted the show alongside Chris Packham, Nicola Davies and Sue Dawson.
Despite having the top joints of two of his fingers bitten off by an otter named Edal when he was 15-years-old, Terry never stopped loving animals.
Our thoughts are with Terry's family at this sad time.