The spy cameras designed for the BBC documentary "Polar Bear: Spy on the Ice" were cleverly disguised and built to withstand temperatures as low as -40° C. The polar bears took one look and were like, "NAH LEMME SMASH THAT."
Despite their seemingly convincing disguises, "Snow Cap," "Ice Bear Cam," and "Blizzard Cam" (as well as its sidekick "Snowball Cam"), did not go unnoticed by the polar bears of the Svalbard Arctic islands. Rather, the bears ended up thoroughly investigating—and by investigating I mean destroying—the cameras throughout the duration of the documentary's shoot. Don't try to fool polar bears, people! [BBC]