ANIMATED SERIES

ANIMALS IN THERAPY

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Why am I anxious? Why is it so hard to find a date? How are you dealing with the housing crisis?!’ The animals in our series of short, comedic films ask themselves these and other thought-provoking questions. Using real-life footage, each episode takes you inside the minds of unusual and endangered species like the pangolin, California Condor or ocean-dwelling goby. You get to eavesdrop on their hopes, fears and anxieties - and discover how similar our worlds really are.

Hairy frogs break their bones to create 'claws' to use as weapons. Bonobos use sex to sort out arguments. We’re in danger of losing these surreal animals and millions of other amazing species. Do we even know what could be lost?

FEATURED DEEP DIVE

A wonderful world of difference

When they’re in a tight spot, hairy frogs break their bones to create ‘claws,’ in readiness for battle. By contrast, female-friendly bonobos turn to sex, not just to keep their relationships going, but to sort out arguments.

A Group Therapy session

A Group Therapy session

Animals in Therapy | Article

HOW ARE WE FEELING?

Our short, satirical film series Animals in Therapy lets you see life from the perspective of unusual and endangered species. We give the lowdown on how and why it was created.

ANIMALS IN THERAPY | DEEP DIVES

TRY A DEEPER DIVE

If our film has sparked your curiosity and you want to know more, we’ve got it covered! Each of our deep dive articles expands on the situation of the species featured, and the larger issues at play. It’s not all doom and gloom either – there are reasons to celebrate.

06/10/22

Flat sharing no-nos! ft. Goby fish

15/09/22

Feeling misunderstood ft. elephant shrew

13/10/22

Dating dilemmas ft. California Condor

20/10/22

Meditation Techniques ft. Swimming Crabs

27/10/22

Safe Space Invader ft. Javan Slow Loris

10/11/22

Group Therapy Sesh! ft. Intriguing Species