If there's one thing about nature that definitely terrifies me, it's bears. I've never encountered one in the wild, but I have done some research as to what I should do if I see one (back up slowly, shout and make yourself look bigger if they come at you or are seen in a public place, curl into a ball if they attack -- but there's also important info about storing food in bear-free containers, etc.)
I think it could be cool to interview a Park Ranger from one of the National Parks who has expertise on bears and we could create an instructional cartoon on what to do in hypothetical bear situations. The cartoon could be in a similar style to "Fire Triangle" where we animate over audio from an interview.
The interview wouldn't have to be limited to just bears either; it could be a general safety video.
I recently visited Sequoia National Park and took one of the sight-seeing tours with my family (so worth it, by the way!) The tour guide pointed out a few spots where buildings...