Whether you are interested in a hummingbird’s eye view of a half billion monarch butterflies waking from their naps (see video above) or a Komodo dragon destroying a (robotic) spy pig for muscling in on his mating rituals, these spy animal videos have you covered.
From the people behind the BBC Earth & PBS Nature program(me) Spy in the Wild and Spy in the Wild 2, get up close and personal with the help of robotic cameras made to look as life like as the animals they portray. Choose from bats, penguins — these are narrated by David Tennant and not Benedict Cumberbatch — singing (and farting) gorillas, ostrich, otters and eagles, owls, seals AND sharks, and even the adorable quokka. And of course, a spy tortoise.
Not enough creepy spy animals for you? Well, tune in to see spy orangutan, spy crocodile hatchling, spy meerkat, spy egret, spy prairie dog, spy macaw, spy sloth, spy cobra, spy bushbaby, spy squirrel, spy adelie, and spy baby hippo.
This post was created for MetaFilter, but I forgot to search before I composed and found on preview that there was a post from only last month.