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Zzzepelin – Minuscule

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What’s a spider to do when it finds itself riding a balloon across the countryside? Float aloft on a zzzeplin with this short animation from Minuscule, the French animated series about the misadventures of spiders, caterpillars, ants, snails, bees, mosquitoes, and other tiny creatures.

Then find more on Amazon or clips on Miniscule’s YouTube channel.

Previously: Caterpillars in Pairs.

Plus: Spiders Tune Their Webs Like A Guitar and Look Up! The Billion-Bug Highway You Can’t See.

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