They Came to Stay – Our Alien Animal Neighbours: Coypus
Coypus look like beavers with rats’ tails, but they’re South American rodents. Originally escapees from fur farms, over decades they have colonised Europe’s waterways. Here, they dig tunnels and caves in the banks and eat the vegetation. While aquatic farmers and conservationists battle them rigorously, animal lovers in cities feed and encourage them. So how should we deal with coypus?
|director: Herbert Ostwald||language: English|
|origin: Germany||subtitles: Czech|
|year: 2020||competing category: Central European films|
|duration: 52 min|
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