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Animanimals 2 Animanimals 2

Julia Ocker / Germany / 2022 / 25 min / No dialogue / 3+

Lovely and lively animals for the youngest audience. No dialogues.

Photos

Piglet
The piglet wants to clean its home, but everything seems to be going wrong.

Panda
The panda wants to be able to dance as well as the two rabbits.

T-Rex
Sadly, the T-Rex is very bad at playing basketball.

Leopard
The little leopard is searching for a place to sleep, but it’s not as easy as you might think.

Parrot
The parrot is getting on all the other animals’ nerves because he won’t stop screeching.

Squirrel
The squirrel mother is busy gathering nuts, so she doesn’t have any time to look after her kids.

Cat
The cat has an especially delicious recipe: Mouse Soup!

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