The two-part program airs (check local listings) and streams at pbs.org/nature.
Fake bushbabies, penguins, egrets and even eggs fooled the wildlife completely.
One astonishing film sequence captured behaviour no photo-grapher would want to experience first-hand.
Working together, one member gets ahead of a mullet shoal and beats its tail to stir up plumes of mud from which the mullet try to escape but end up leaping into the mouths of waiting dolphins.
Meanwhile, Spy Tuna follows spinner dolphins to show how they perform their unusual corkscrew leaps, stream bubbles from their blowholes as they whistle out their names, and combine with other superpods to form an incredible megapod made up of over 3,000 dolphins.
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Spy Squid even discovers that dolphins rub against coral heads to help shed off old skin and replace their outer layer once every three hours.
Spy Dolphin documents the inventive fishing techniques of the bottlenose in the shallow waters of the Florida Keys.
The Egyptian tortoise with a video lens behind one beady eye proved the perfect toy for small chimps.