Include nonhuman animals’ stories. Represent them as individuals with their own self-interests, rather than presenting them mainly in human-centered terms. For example, avoid stereotyping species by defining them primarily as pests, threats, game, or tools for human use (for food, research, skins, or entertainment). Acknowledge that they have thoughts and feelings and exhibit some rational agency (free will), rather than just more mechanical behaviors, responses, and instincts. This acknowledges that there is uniqueness (such as different personalities and preferences) among individuals within the same species. These diverse personalities should be fun for viewers to explore.