How animation studios approach gendered animals in one picture

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How animation studios approach gendered animals in one picture

Post by DaniBeez » Tue Apr 21, 2020 2:19 pm

Too funny! I was instantly reminded of Alpha and Omega, and Balto. What movies can you think of that did this, with wolves or another animal? Can you think of any films where the animals' appearances were not dramatically modified to match their gender?

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