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Animals loosing their shit

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So I'm in a position where I am to animate an animal entering a confined room through sth like a fireplace and completely loosing it's shit in the small room with said fireplace, trashing the place.

Can anyone provide video reference or at least greentext of how animals react in such a situation? Like a racoon getting in your bedroom, a bird flying through your window, a bat under your blanket, two cats fighting in your living room, etc.? What do they head for first, do they get scared or aggressive, do they make noise or go straight for a hiding place?

Sorry for killing one of the identification threads for this. Why don't you guys have a general for that btw?
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depends on the animal, most only act "aggressive" because they're afraid.

what kind of animation are you doing? I took a class on animating plankton last quarter, it was amazing.
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This is one of the things that never fails to make me laugh.
What kind of animal though?

Also I know this is unfortunately family guy, but it's relevant.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=od_tNRoDM8U
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>>2219214
>animating plankton

The spongebob character or planktok plankton?

http://creaturecast.org/?s=Lisa+Roberts

Animated krill sex video.
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I've only had prey animals accidentally in my house, but they've all been fearful. When they find themselves in a strange place they go somewhere like a corner where they feel safe and observe. If they notice a human, this doubles. They hide or are very still, and watch you very very carefully.

If you approaching them, they tend to shrink away until you reach a certain threshold where they decide you are close enough to be a threat. Then they freak out and try to escape. If you catch them, they can go either aggressive or even more fearful, depends on the animal and how you catch them. They'll probably attack you and your hands but will struggle to escape a blanket.
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>>2219239
The place they hide also depends on the animal. A flying animal will go somewhere high up. A burrowing animal will hide under an object. An animal such as a dog that is too big to easily hide will wedge itself into a corner.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jK0AkcVsVI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKyzOgEGarg
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