A pelican with a GoPro gives us a beak at the world below | The Verge
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GoPro cameras were originally designed to capture the greatest moments in surfing, though the tiny cameras are turning out to be infinitely more entertaining when strapped to birds. The latest: a pelican in Tanzania that befriended the staff at the Greystoke Mahale, a camp on the foot of the Mahale Mountains. The injured creature ended up there after a storm, and with some coaxing, recovered to the point where it could fly again. Its first successful flight was captured using a GoPro camera that was strapped to the top of its beak.