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Getting to know the greatest mind in the invertebrate world requires a very different spy, one that’s a dead ringer for the coconut octopus it’s designed to meet. The octopus not only has a central brain; it also has a brain in each of its arms. Using its combined brainpower, it works out how best to steal a coconut shell carried by our spy. Its plan is to use the shell as a door to its hideaway to protect itself from predatory sharks. In another act of ingenuity, it improvises a shield and throws missiles at a rival octopus. It also shows a softer and more emotional side when it gives Spy Coconut Octopus a friendly and lingering embrace. On the island of South Georgia, a version of the first spy camera ever made makes a triumphant return. This new Bouldercam dodges eight tonnes of colliding blubber as male elephant seals fight off rivals. In the chaos, an elephant seal pup is separated from his mother, and his survival depends on finding her. Bouldercam is with him all the way as he fights off skuas and other dangers. But what surprised the group most, was the reaction when they called Hampton Police. Officers said the woman who took the bottle camera was the only one who committed a crime.
A new generation of spy creatures search the ocean for intelligent life and find ways of thinking that have to be seen to be believed. The most complex spy creature ever built films the owner of the largest brains on the planet – sperm whales. Spy Whale is the same size as a new-born whale calf and is equipped with an array of cameras. It even has a hydrophone to capture their calls. In a magical close encounter, Spy Whale is greeted by an inquisitive female who, in astonishing scenes, attempts to communicate. In a touching sign of acceptance, she even introduces her calf to Spy Whale.
Some have argued that the nudists’ passion for skin is a little excessive but, that being said, you can sort of understand their annoyance when a drone flew over them and got this footage of them in their birthday suits. The drone was exploring the coast of Oahu, Hawaii, when it “accidentally” found a beach littered with naked humans. With that, I peel off the rest of my clothes. I feel vulnerable and soft, like a snail without its shell simmering in the sun. I try to position myself on the beach chair in a way that covers some of my most private bits. My horror is laced with small bursts of enjoyment when the breeze hits my bare chest. Last year, when I turned 30, I went on a celebratory bikini walk — it was the only time I had ever worn a bikini out, and it ended up being pretty liberating. And now, one year into my thirties, I’ve been enjoying the graduation-goggled view of my body many other women talk about as their bodies start to change; noticing wrinkles and new soft patches makes you realize how good you had it in your twenties. If only there were a way to bottle up that feeling of enjoying what you have while you have it to give to younger women.No matter how disturbing, police say there is no law against having a concealed camera in a public place. Since Hampton Beach is a State Park, it's no different than someone taking a picture of the ocean with a phone. Going to the water is OK, but instead of feeling like a celebration of my body, it feels more like I’m Cersei taking her walk of shame on Game of Thrones.
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