Some elements of the stories have to be shot close-up, which is not always possible with a massive 360° camera set.
A polar bear from the Fauna chapter could come to visit the filming place - and could not. A sun, not going to go down, looks like a small dot in the wide-angle view, and has to be shot with a telephoto lens too. Bursting life of zooplankton in the Arctic waters require a microphotography.
Such footage, edited into ultrashort 30-50sec pieces, will be incorporated as an additional, explanatory imagery - a viewer has an option to play it, if he or she wants to obtain the deeper information on the subject. The "classic", flat 16x9 videos appear as a small icons over the described object and are activated by a long watching at them - method, familiar to VR users. Once activated, videos open full-screen to be viewed without taking the VR mask off.