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Small Furry Pets  |  No.12 Netherlan Dwarfs - Small bunnies but big characters  


It is good to hear that some of episodes of Tales of the Riverbank have now been released in DVD format for the fi rst time. This long-running series was credited with doing a great deal to popularise Syrian hamsters
as pets back in the 1960s.
A number of the episodes were filmed on the Isle of Wight, where Dave
Ellison, one of the creators of the series, has lived for many years. The
filmmakers faced a many difficulties in those days, long before computers
were available. It called for a lot of ingenuity.
There was, for example, the problem of obtaining mouth movements that
would suggest that Roderick Rat, GP the guinea pig and Hammy were actually talking to each other. However, by giving the stars little treats to nibble, so it proved possible to capture the lip movements just as the animals fi nished the snack, creating the desired eff ect without showing the food.
Each episode required six white rats and six hamsters, with each one being fi lmed for about fi ve minutes, before they showed they had run out of patience, by insisting they needed to sleep. This left the guinea pig as the real star, being on screen throughout each episode, whenever the script demanded it!
Filming techniques with animals have advanced signifi cantly over recent years. You may well have seen the scene with the Komodo dragon in Skyfall, the latest James Bond movie? Raja, the lizard in question never left his home in London Zoo! Instead, he was fi lmed there and his role in the movie was created by computergenerated imaging – CGI for short. But when it came to the highly anticipated new James Gunn fi lm, called Guardians of the Galaxy, due to be released by Marvel Studios on August 1st 2014, the director himself decided that he needed to work hands-on with a real raccoon. But instead of settling for any old raccoon back in the USA, he headed to England. He had heard about an inspiring candidate for the role of superhero Rocky Raccoon, called Oreo.
Coverage of all aspects of choosing and caring for all types of small animals including rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, chinchillas, mice, rats, and more recent arrivals on the scene such as degus, reflecting the dynamic nature of this sector. News, health care, breeder profiles, reader competitions and more with the emphasis throughout being placed firmly on responsible ownership.
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   So cute Reviewed Tuesday, July 16, 2013
What a great magazine, really interesting read and great pictures. We are now thinking about getting Degus. It good to know more about how to properly look after our lovely pets
   Furry fun Reviewed Sunday, November 25, 2012
Just love this magazine
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Small Furry Pets   |   No.12 Netherlan Dwarfs - Small bunnies but big characters   


It is good to hear that some of episodes of Tales of the Riverbank have now been released in DVD format for the fi rst time. This long-running series was credited with doing a great deal to popularise Syrian hamsters
as pets back in the 1960s.
A number of the episodes were filmed on the Isle of Wight, where Dave
Ellison, one of the creators of the series, has lived for many years. The
filmmakers faced a many difficulties in those days, long before computers
were available. It called for a lot of ingenuity.
There was, for example, the problem of obtaining mouth movements that
would suggest that Roderick Rat, GP the guinea pig and Hammy were actually talking to each other. However, by giving the stars little treats to nibble, so it proved possible to capture the lip movements just as the animals fi nished the snack, creating the desired eff ect without showing the food.
Each episode required six white rats and six hamsters, with each one being fi lmed for about fi ve minutes, before they showed they had run out of patience, by insisting they needed to sleep. This left the guinea pig as the real star, being on screen throughout each episode, whenever the script demanded it!
Filming techniques with animals have advanced signifi cantly over recent years. You may well have seen the scene with the Komodo dragon in Skyfall, the latest James Bond movie? Raja, the lizard in question never left his home in London Zoo! Instead, he was fi lmed there and his role in the movie was created by computergenerated imaging – CGI for short. But when it came to the highly anticipated new James Gunn fi lm, called Guardians of the Galaxy, due to be released by Marvel Studios on August 1st 2014, the director himself decided that he needed to work hands-on with a real raccoon. But instead of settling for any old raccoon back in the USA, he headed to England. He had heard about an inspiring candidate for the role of superhero Rocky Raccoon, called Oreo.
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