Watch Rogue GoPro Camera Fall From Airplane, Land In Pigpen

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The camera looked to have fallen from a skydiving plane.

A California farmer found an unexpected visitor in her pigpen.
 
Mia Munselle discovered a GoPro camera on the ground in her Cloverdale farm pigpen. Curious about what was recorded on the device, she turned it on and watched the camera’s descent from a skydiver. Munselle uploaded the video to YouTube, and the footage has gained more than a million hits.

 
The video shows the camera landing in the middle of the pen, where a couple of pigs approach it.
 
Munselle says she found the camera eight months after it fell from the plane. And even though its owners didn’t have a chance to film their own skydive, the GoPro’s own journey back to earth is quite an engaging substitute. 

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