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Speculative Earth is a wildlife documentary parody that shows how the American Red fox could evolve in the next few million years if climate change stays the way it is. We follow its descendant, the Round Nose Fox, on the hunt for some tasty food.
About Giorgos Zarakovitis
I like exploring different animated worlds. Discovering and befriending the many undiscovered creatures. Nothing brings greater joy than making those creatures come to life through animation. From the flick of the ears to the idle movement of the body. Every movement tells a story. And I am the narrator.