Which channel did you think was the most interesting?
I think the Lucky's Den. Because I liked how the bears were moving and they did not even notice the camera. It was so cool how there are two of them.
Did you see anything that was interesting or surprising?
Not surprising but it was intresting how they got all these animals on tape. Now that I know about this I am going to look at it everyday.
Why do you think they have chosen to document nature in this way?
Because some people might like to watch nature and you don't know were you will find them. What do you think they are trying to learn more about? And it is just really cool to see what animals do during the day out of the zoos.
What benefits do you think this type of observation gives?
I think it gives people the opertunity to see what animals do during the day out of the zoos.
What do you think they are trying to learn more about?
More like I said in my other question. What animals do. And maybe then we can notice what we need to do to help animals.
If you could set up a live feed anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
I would put it in Africa on lions. Because I love lions and want to see them free not in cages. Because I think when thy are in cages it looks like they are in jail.