Netflix Documentary with Costa Rican Nature Wins Emmy

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    The documentary “Wild Babies”, produced by Netflix and filmed in Costa Rica in some episodes by Brazilian filmmaker Filipe DeAndrade, has won an Emmy.Specifically in Costa Rica, the life of Chico, a capuchin monkey from Guanacaste, was recorded.

    Travel, Adventure and Nature Program category

    The Emmy was in the category of “Travel, Adventure and Nature Program”“Costa Rica, this is for you,” DeAndrade wrote on his Instagram account. The exuberant beauty of Costa Rica and the incredible biodiversity it houses, with 6% of the planet’s species, made our country the ideal place to record part of the film.

    Tico pride

    According to DeAndrade, Costa Rica was chosen not only for its unique conditions, but also for the pride that “Ticos” feel in showing the world wildlife stories. The series narrates the beginnings of life of several species of wild animals, while following them through their development.

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