What do wild animals do when we're not around? Find out with National Geographic's Crittercam. Safely worn by wildlife, Crittercams capture video, sound, and other information, giving students rare views of the private lives of animals. Crittercams help to solve scientific mysteries by providing an animal's eye view. And what scientists learn from Crittercams helps them protect the very animals that wear them. Join the Crittercam team in Cape Washington as they deploy special cameras to reveal how emperor penguins travel vast distances to feed -- and then run a dangerous gauntlet back to their chicks.
This video is excellent. Visually interesting and the content is fascinating. The video was both informative and entertaining. Made me want to learn more about penguins and hope that climate change does not destroy the habitats of these majestic creatures!