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Animals with Cameras ep 2:
Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan leads a team of animal camera experts as they join forces with scientists to put cameras on animals. In the second episode, the team uncover the hidden lives of three iconic animals. In Australia, the team puts cameras on fur seals to try to see how they hunt their prey and avoid attacks by great white sharks. The footage reveals the seals diving straight to the bottom as they enter the water to avoid detection, and spinning to give a 360-degree view when near the surface. We see the first ever images of the seals eating cuttlefish and following dolphins to take advantage of their fish-herding behaviour to get an easy meal.
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