If you are an animal lover, interested in the United States and love nature – just like our editor Mashable Benelux Georgina Lara Booth – then the new nature documentary Tiny creatures appearing on Netflix today comes highly recommended!
Rodents have the main roles
In this documentary, we see small animals in the United States who have great adventures in their hidden worlds in order to survive. Many rodents in particular have prominent roles in this nature documentary, such as mice, rats, hamsters and squirrels. The documentary is told dramatically like an adventure film and not like a typical nature documentary.
British director Jonathan Jones, who won an Emmy as director of photography for Planet Earth II by David Attenborough, directed this documentary. “I’m a huge fan of fantasy and adventure films, it’s like combining my experience creating natural history programs with my experience shooting commercials and creating a hybrid of the two,” Jones said. .
This wildlife documentary follows small animals in the United States, such as a shy skunk from New Hampshire, a rat in the Arizona desert, a hamster defending itself on the streets of New York, and a squirrel living in an attic in Louisiana.
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