See Through the Eyes of Animatronic Penguins

Documentarians used robotic penguins, hooked up with cameras, to see the birds like never before.
1:06 | 11/19/13

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Were -- there are seventeen species of penguins and then there's. V.s they're called -- -- penguins essentially glorified -- cans that are capable of giving us. -- inside view of these windy yet flightless birds certainly there have been documentaries before about penguins but not quite -- -- Would you spy cams the documentarian behind it that are doing a piece called. -- all the way were able to essentially infiltrate into the penguins societies they captured more than a thousand hours of footage. For nearly a year. In the Falkland Islands Peru and also in -- and just take a look at how realistic they -- they can move walk. Make noises practically just like a regular paying what. -- Bonnie penguins that look and feel just like the real thing. I'm Lindsey Davis for Yahoo! and ABC news you can follow me on Twitter at Lindsey Davis.

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