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How Did They Film Animal on Netflix? No, It's Not CGI!

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How Did They Film Animal on Netflix? No, It's Not CGI!

'How did they film Animal on Netflix?' and 'Is Animal on Netflix CGI?' are some of the latest queries on the internet. Animal is a new Netflix docuseries that was released on 18th March 2022 and has four episodes. This docuseries focuses on the lives of animals in dense forest and show us real nature. Seeing animals in the docuseries, many people are curious to know how the clips were filmed. Needless to say, it's not CGI, and they're all real footage.

Netflix has always brought docuseries based on real incidents which are mainly focused on true crimes but this time, a new docuseries, Animal is out of the box.

This particular Netflix production is solely dedicated to nature featuring each and every small part of its beauty. However, more than focusing on plants or beautiful flowers, the docuseries highlight the lives of different animals.

The docuseries, Animal, highlights the story of each animal, and how they struggle to find food and feed their younger ones. Moreover, this particular docuseries highlights the struggles and obstacles of every animal and showcases their life to the audience.

Particularly, this Netflix production has a total of four episodes, and with the release of the episodes of Animal, the audience was curious to know how the production team filmed the show as some animals featured on the series are carnivorous and would have attacked the cameraman. Let's find out how Netflix filmed the shoot for Animal.

Previously, we touched on Bears narrator David Harbour.

Animal, a Netflix Docuseries: How Did They Film Animal?

On 18th March 2022, Netflix brought a new docuseries, Animal which has a total of four episodes. Typically, this Netflix production is about nature and features the lives of different animals.

In the midst of the forest, animals hunt for their food, struggle to find places for water, and then eventually feed their younger ones. These all clips show the emotions of these innocent animals and the Netflix new docuseries, Animal has captured all these heart-melting events into a docuseries.

Bryan Cranston, Rashida Jones, Rebel Wilson, and Pedro Pascal are the narrators of this show. With the release of Animal, the audience was highly interested in knowing how the production team went to the dense forest and filmed for Netflix's new docuseries, Animal.

Clearing out everyone's queries, the production team mentioned that they used the latest filming technology. To be specific, they used gimbals and drones to film eight families of the natural world which includes big cats, dogs, marsupials, and octopuses.

Several people were too concerned for the cameraman as they actually thought that a human or many ran over these animals to capture their clips.

However, that's not the case, and in this 21st century, there are many technological devices and thus, these drones, gimbals, and various cameras were used to film Animal, and today, this docuseries has been loved by many people.

Will Netflix's New Docuseries Animal Have a New Season?

With the release of the first and second seasons of Animal, the audience is too much excited to know if Animal will have a third season too.

For now, there is no information on the third season as Netflix hasn't brought up this topic, however, there's a high possibility that Netflix might bring the third season of Animal, as the docuseries has collected a lot of fans, and these fans are anticipating for another season.

Therefore, Netflix wouldn't want to take risks and disappoint its fans. Even though we do not have any information on the release date or even if the third season of Animal will come out, the one thing that we can guarantee is the location.

The production team will definitely target the dense forests and then use the same drones and gimbals to take the perfect shot of those beautiful creatures. Let's hope they bring the other season soon.

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Bernd Mueller
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