As 360-Degree video becomes more common, we have been taken inside the action of some remarkable experiences around the world. We have sat inside the cockpit during a flight with the Blue Angels, hovered above an active volcano, and almost watch a tourist get his head taken off by an airplane in St. Barts.
But through the good, bad and ugly of 360-Degree video, National Geographic always seems to deliver interesting content that will have you zooming around the virtual world, immersing yourself in situations only National Geographic can bring you to. Their latest 360-Degree video on their Facebook page takes anxious viewers to a seal and penguin colony in Antarctica.
The penguins are cute, but maybe the cutest moment is when a young elephant seal decides to snuggle with one of the excursion’s team members. Make sure to view downward once they hit land!