- Curious penguin chick meets a secret camera concealed as a fluffy chick
- Stunning Antarctica footage focuses on Snow Chick's battle for survival
- The new BBC documentary will be released for Christmas and is narrated by Titanic star Kate Winslet
This penguin chick couldn't help but be curious and stare after meeting a camera disguised as a fluffy friend for the first time in Antarctica.
The four-wheel drive penguin camera has been used for a new documentary film which gets up close and personal to a raft of penguins.
Narrated by Titanic star Kate Winslet, the film is expected to capture the hearts of family audiences across the country when it is released close to Christmas Day.
The adorably cute penguin chick appears mesmerised by their mysterious new friend with four wheels
The stunning new BBC documentary reveals the struggles faced by penguins living in Antartica
Curious by the mysterious new chick, several of the adult penguins wander over for a closer look at the camera.
However it is one young emperor penguin chick, named Snow Chick that takes a particularly keen interest in his new four-wheeled friend.
The film closely follows Snow Chick as he grows up in the remote Antarctic, forced to endure freezing temperatures as low as minus 60 degrees Celsius and predators like snow leopards.
'It is a tale full of drama and pathos as well as comedy and character - emotionally uplifting and intensely moving in equal parts and one that I am sure viewers will love,' said executive producer John Downer.
The film closely follows Snow Chick as he grows up in the remote Antarctic, forced to endure freezing temperatures as low as minus 60 degrees Celsius and predators like snow leopards
One penguin chicks hitches as risk as another adult penguins checks on their egg, partially hidden between its legs
'Snow Chick offers viewers one of the greatest wildlife stories ever told,' he said.
'No other animal faces so many challenges on its journey from birth to adulthood.'
The stunning footage shows the penguins battling through the hardships of winter in Antarctic, revealing the lovable personality and characters of the adorable animals.