Swim with a school of Rays: See pup 'kicking' inside mother | Animals with Cameras | Earth Unplugged
Gordon Buchanan follows a school of devil rays gathering near the Azores archipelago for breeding. Watch the exclusive scene of an unborn baby devil ray kicking inside its mother! Subscribe to Earth Unplugged: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToEarthUnplugged
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'Animals with Cameras' ep 3:
Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan leads a team of animal camera experts as they join forces with scientists to put cameras on animals. In the heart of the Atlantic, the team looks to discover why huge numbers of devil rays, fish with 'wings' nearly four metres across, gather every summer near the Azores archipelago. The team deploy specially designed cameras which are towed behind the rays and can survive the crushing ocean depths. The never-before-seen footage includes the unborn ray pups kicking inside their mothers - a sign that this gathering might be a breeding ground for these mysterious ocean giants.
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