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VIRAL VIDEO: GoPro Camera Falls From Airplane, Lands In Pig Pen

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A GoPro camera falls from a skydiving airplane and lands on a farm, specifically in a pig pen.
According to the property owner Mia Munselle, it remained in the pig pen for about 8 months until it was discovered. And like most people when finding a camera, curiosity ensues and Mia decides to watch the footage on it.

Amazingly, the camera survives the fall, recording the descent the entire way, and when striking the ground, a hungry pig decides to give it a bite. In his attempt to eat it, you see some amazing "inside the mouth" footage, before the video ends abruptly.

The video has gone viral in four days with over 4.5 million views since February 9. Check out the video above, but it may give you vertigo, since the camera spins violently throughout the descent.

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