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Crittercam recruits animals to spy on other animals

We have to take our hats off to National Geographic. They’ve been using the Crittercam, a camera designed specifically to be worn by all sorts of wild animals from lions to whales, to get a peek into their private lives first-hand. Some of the captured footage — such as the one of a sea lion preying on an octopus — is both surprising and astounding.

Via National Geographic

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