Predators: The Ultimate Killing Machines
Predators, a series of six half-hour films, using miniature cameras mounted on the hunters to show persecution from their perspective. The series also uses the repetition of action and computer animation, allowing you to analyze the tactics of the predators and their prey from all sides. This shows that both are often matched, with no space on either side for the slightest mistake. One of the producers of the series, David Wallace, said his team had set out to do.
Explosive moment. “In a standard natural history series, takes the life cycle of an animal or a place and make the viewer does not. We give them something like binoculars to watch it in a very classic, very real. “What we’re trying to do is take predators a small point in time, the time a predator detects, identifies approaches and grabs its prey.
“We try to exploit that very short time and opened so that the viewer can see what is going on.” These are very important to understand how animals work. Their senses, their bodies, their behaviors are designed for right now.
“Hunters appear in the first film, The Last Predators include cheetahs, crocodiles, eagles, great white sharks and spiders. Fatal heart attacks. The team has fallen into the water from a height of 15 meters to simulate the real acceleration and the impact of a dive. The series also reports on a species of spider (Amaurobius), whose young eat their own mother. It was found that polar bears have the best sense of smell in the bear family, and can detect a seal from 64 miles away. It takes four days in a horn dog to eat a mussel, which in the last ten hours undergoes a series of fatal heart attacks. And killer whales take more than 30 years to hone their skills in the stranding was to catch sea lions. But David Wallace insists he is not horrible predators “There is very little blood and gore in this. What we’re really trying to do is celebrate the magnificence of predators and prey -.”
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