David Attenborough has successfully prevented the export of two 18th-century paintings of zoological importance. George Stubbs' Kongouro From New Holland and Portrait of a Large Dog contain the first British depictions of a kangaroo and a dingo. The National Marine Museum rounded up a £1.5m donation to buy the canvasses and keep them out of the hands of an overseas buyer. Read about it in the Independent. What the Independent opts not to mention is that the overseas buyer was the National Gallery of Australia. Read about it in the Sydney Morning Herald. Goddamn English.