Were you ever frustrated dealing with the challenges and the waiting game?SHIER: There were a couple of days that were pretty rough. ANDERSON: I must’ve watched the first shot [of the episode, a close-up of a snow leopard] about a thousand times.It wasn’t a decision I made lightly to go after the snow leopard. I remember being on a flight over the Himalayas and seeing the size of it and thinking, “How are we going to find a cat in this place?
The entire crew shot footage in 40 different countries on 117 different filming trips.
Rather than hiking up one drainage, and then having to hike back down and up another, I’d just be prepped and ready to go at camp with my local porters.
If no cat was spotted, I’d often take a hike in the afternoon to scout for cat signs and check the camera traps. I’d get back to camp around sunset, and that would be it for the day.
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gives viewers an intimate look at a specific environment—from islands to mountains to cities—all narrated by 90-year-old David Attenborough and with music from Hans Zimmer.We’d stay with the cats until the sun set and we ran out of light.