"Animals With Cameras, A Nature Miniseries" offers a new perspective on the animal kingdom by taking viewers where no human cameraman can go. The three-episode program uses custom cameras worn by the animals themselves to capture the behavior and habitats of nine different species. Footage includes newborn meerkats below ground, young cheetahs learning to hunt, and deep-diving devil rays. The series also answers some tough scientific questions, including why devil rays migrate each summer and why there is an overpopulation of brown bears in Turkey.
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