What you need to know
- Today, "Tiny World" premiered on Apple TV+.
- Apple also released a behind the scenes video on the series.
- The video shows how the filmmakers captured such tiny creatures.
Apple TV+ debuted its new nature documentary series "Tiny World" today. The series, narrated by Paul Rudd (Ant-Man himself), tells the story of some of the smallest animals that inhabit the earth.
In addition to all six episodes of the show landing on Apple TV+ today, Apple has also released a behind the scenes look at how the filmmakers captured the animals that make up the series.
According to the video description, it took the filmmakers behind "Tiny World" almost ten years to capture all two hundred species.
The video shows off how capturing these animals required unique methods in filmmaking, including the use of drones and motion control rigs.
Check out the behind the scenes look at "Tiny World" on Apple TV+ below:
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