A small robotic spy pig was unfortunately destroyed by komodo dragons while filming for a BBC wildlife documentary. This robot was approached by male Komodo dragons on the hunt for female mates on Komodo Island in Indonesia. Not sure what this thing actually was, the territorial reptiles started to tear the spy pig apart. Read more for a video showing the battle that ensued.
Your eyes aren’t playing tricks, the spy camera manages to continue filming even while inside a Komodo dragon’s mouth. This is the first time the view has been captured on camera. It latches onto the spy pig’s snout, enabling the camera to peer inside the lizard’s mouth, which is quite venomous to say the least, as its toxic saliva has 50 types of deadly bacteria.