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7 Films Featuring Cute Animals

Aren’t animals the best? We think so too. In fact, here’s some film recommendations from Joni Clayton that are all available for free for current University of Utah students, staff, and faculty.

Film recommendations:

All Creatures Great and Small (Season 1)

Fresh out of Glasgow Veterinary College, James Herriot follows his dream to become a vet in the magnificent Yorkshire Dales.  He soon discovers that treating the animals is as much about treating their owners and the Dales’ farmers are a tough crowd to please.

Animals: How to Take Stunning Photos

Tim Flach demonstrates how to put a dynamic spin on animal portraits.  Flach, who is famous for crossing over from commercial animal pictures to fine art photography, encourages his students to think about the relationships between themselves and their pets.

Big Cat About the House – Episode 3

Maya is ten weeks old and pushing the Clark family to their limits.  Giles takes in a cheetah cub called Willow and is back to late nights as he builds her trust.

Extreme Babies

David Attenborough asks why do pandas give birth to the smallest baby of any mammal, instead of more robust young and why do kiwis produce a single egg that is a quarter of its body mass and almost too big to lay?

Peter Rabbit

Peter Rabbit’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates to greater heights than ever before as they rival for the affections of the warm-hearted animal lover who lives next door.

Round Planet: Rainforest

More than a third of Earth’s animals and two thirds of all the known plant species are found in rainforests.  Armstrong Wedgewood reveals the astonishing diversity of creatures found in forests across the world, from the diminutive pygmy gecko to the cute, goggle-eyed tarsier.

The Secret Life of Dogs – Episode 1

With nearly a billion estimated worldwide, it is surprising that only recently have we really begun to understand the lives of our beloved dogs, with scientists just starting to uncover their emotional and intellectual genius.

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