Dana Dube

Has a company called Animal Insight For Film. She provides animals for TV and film. She provided the bears for the new thriller “Backcountry.”

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Has a company called Animal Insight For Film. She provides animals for TV and film. She provided the bears for the new thriller “Backcountry.”

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A new thriller called Backcountry comes out today. It’s about a couple on a backpacking trip… that goes horribly awry.

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A new thriller called Backcountry comes out today. It’s about a couple on a backpacking trip… that goes horribly awry.

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