Bird steals egg camera, films penguin colony from the air

A striated caracara, intrigued by our spy egg-cam, decides to fly off with our camera but in the process captures the first ever aerial footage of a rockhopper penguin colony shot by a flying bird.

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+5 1. cameramaster commented 9 years ago

Bird brain!
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+13 2. jackDjohnson commented 9 years ago

(( WOW )) now that's sum amazing Footage, :O killer idea, and no " go-pro " logo on a damn thing.. Very Kewl Idea !!
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-1 3. kirkelicious commented 9 years ago

What were they planning to do with that egg-cam. Shoot upskirt-footage of a birt trying to hatch it?
Otherwise a rock-cam seems to be more suited in every regard.
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+1 4. loadrunner commented 9 years ago

The egg had a gyroscope, so it could move. But it was too awesome to let the big bird make a 'birds eye overview' of the colony.
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+3 5. BennyMG commented 9 years ago

That's one tough little egg cam, getting seriously bounced around like that, even dropped from a fair height.
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+4 6. beerholder commented 9 years ago

This was way more enjoyable to watch than I expected