New Tiger Footage Available Now From GreenScreen Animals

James Knapp

GreenScreen Animals has just added new tiger footage to its library! Working with the production company behind the show, “Kevin (Probably) Saves the World”, GSA went on set to capture some excellent tiger footage over green screen. The tiger is a young Siberian-Bengal mix and appeared in the first season of the new series on ABC.

KEVIN SAVES THE WORLD S01EP05 GSA TIGER 5 - New Tiger Footage Available Now From GreenScreen Animals

Using a Blackmagic camera, the tiger footage was shot at 4K resolution and features the tiger chasing and jumping after the main character in the show. All the footage from that shoot is now available to license from our website. Browse through clip here and make sure to watch “Kevin (Probably) Saves The World” on ABC.

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