Spy-cameras that were disguised among others as chunks of snow and small boulders were used to look at the life of penguins for a documentary show on BBC One, Penguins: Spy in the Huddle.
But the cutest of all are the robotic penguins that could waddle, slide and even pick itself up when it falls.
The cameras were fixed to the robotic penguins’ eyes.
The production team even used a remote-controlled underwater penguin camera capable of diving down to 300 feet
It is so amazing how they could think about doing something so creative like that.
All these robot spy cameras helped the documentary crew get right into the penguin colonies without disturbing them or changing their normal behavior.
And they managed to film an Emperor penguin laying an egg which they say was filmed for the very first time.
Here’s the trailer for the documentary show…