The BBC has been accused of fakery after it emerged scenes used for the next episode of wildlife series Big Cats were nearly a decade old and others were filmed during the shooting of Planet Earth II in 2016.The footage will show thermal imaging of leopard scenes filmed at night in Mumbai and show the predator catching nocturnal animals.But it may seem familiar to eagle-eyed nature fans, it was filmed in 2016 as part of the David Attenborough documentary series Planet Earth II, which explored how animals meet the challenges of surviving in habitats across the earth.Speaking to the Mail Onlne, the BBC confirmed it was shot by the Planet Earth team during filming for Planet Earth but was never shown when the hit documentary series aired in 2016.A BBC spokesperson told the Mail Online: 'It is not the same shot as was in Planet Earth II, although the footage was filmed in the same location (Mumbai) on the same filming trip.'That particular leopard regularly hunts in that location, and almost nightly climbed over that wall.'We are always conscious of the need to manage budgets on our projects carefully.'Sending out a single team on location to film for more than one series is one of the ways we ensure the licence fee payer gets the best value for money, and enables us to use our budgets to maximise the amount of truly extraordinary, new animal behaviour and natural phenomena in our series.' The episode also claims to show the first footage of a 'bay cat' and show Oxford University scientist Dr Andrew Hearn in Indonesian Borneo setting up traps and studying footage in the hope to spot the animal.
The show also claims to have one of the only two videos of the bay cat, the second filmed by the Borneo Native Foundation in 2017.However, in 2013 Imperial College London and Zoological Society of London released footage of bay cats in Borneo, having caught them on camera five times.Another experiment in the series shows Professor Alan Wilson of the Royal Veterinary College measuring speed and agility of cheetahs.The show depicts Prof Wilson recording speeds of 58mph and discussing how the predator in four times the speed of Usain Bolt and shows how the animal's maneuverability is the key to its hunting prowess.However, these experiments were conducted in 2013 and published in the academic journal Nature.Eddie Seehausen of Dyer grew up reading comic books and waiting in line for movie opening Fridays to see his favorite superheroes come to life on screen for feature film blockbusters."I still wait in line when a new superhero movie is out at the local movie theater," said Seehausen, 21, who is especially focused on Batman and Captain America."But before any of these characters ever make it to a movie screen, they first come to life in the pages of comic books."Seehausen is extra excited this month about the fifth annual NWI Comic-Con on Feb. George events center in Schererville."I don't know if I'm brave...Eddie Seehausen of Dyer grew up reading comic books and waiting in line for movie opening Fridays to see his favorite superheroes come to life on screen for feature film blockbusters."I still wait in line when a new superhero movie is out at the local...Donald Trump has always been quick to boast that he usually gets what he wants.But when the real estate developer and TV celebrity once asked the producer of "The Simpsons" for the honor of a guest appearance on the long-running show - a coveted... In honor of the 10th anniversary of New Line Cinema’s “Snakes on a Plane,” screenwriter John Heffernan looks back on the cult film’s genesis, its evolution and the rather unique place it holds in Hollywood lore. San Diego Comic-Con was this weekend and with it came a flurry of television previews for upcoming seasons.El presidente de Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, aseguró en declaraciones Efe durante la Comic-Con que la presencia en el futuro de un superhéroe latino en sus películas no sólo es "posible" sino que es "probable". That ear-piercing scream you heard across the entire country?