I don’t think the inventors of this eggcam intended it to be used this way. It was, I presume, meant to mimic a rockhopper penguin egg and thereby help film the colony without disturbing it. But they didn’t count on a hungry striated caracara and a vulture. . .
It’s from the BBC show “Penguins: spy in the huddle,” and has the first aerial footage of a penguin colony filmed by a flying bird.