This spy camera exposes the never before seen other side of this ferocious animal.
British Broadcasting Corporation’s “BBC One” has been showcasing series of documentary where they capture a never before seen unique animal behaviors through their show, Spy In The Wild. And it is packed with surprising wild life exploration!
“Spy In The Wild” is one of the most revolutionary history series to ever air on television. In filming their episodes, they release over thirty ultra-realistic animatronic spy cameras, invented by filmmaker John Downer and his team at John Downer Productions, to go disguise and spy in the world of animals.
These robotic look-a-likes does all the accurate moves so that the animals around them not just think that they are one of their own, but also interact with them resulting to more revelations for the world to see.
|The baby crocodiles, going out of their shells.|
Through this, we can also explore and discover the rarely seen feelings, character and intelligence of the animals in the wild which can get as wondering if they are also as strong and complicated as ours.
On their first episode, they featured crocodiles in their sanctuary. Little did we know that mother crocodiles actually try to deposit all her just hatched babies into her fierce mouth!