The players receive a species of animal from the audience. Then they play a scene in which they both play the part of this animal. (For example, mother and son bumblebees.)
The animals can speak and are also usually properly anthropomorphic (for example, the kid perhaps attends bumblebee school, the mother uses anti-wrinkle cream for her creased wings or similar). They also have the typical preferences and worries of their species.
by Guido Boyke