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You haven't seen a penguin colony, until you've seen this video captured by a striated caracara, which literally took a film crew's spy egg-cam for a ride. What you're about to see is the first ever aerial footage of a rockhopper penguin colony shot by a flying bird.

The Striated Caracara, is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as the Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del Fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.



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