BBC in new fakery row as viewers mock 'dramatised' nature series Serengeti for using computer tech

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The BBC has been hit by a new fakery row after viewers mocked its 'dramatised' nature series Serengeti for combining footage to make a clip of a Zebra struggling through a crocodile-infested river.
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