Wolves of Yellowstone On The Hunt | National Geographic


After a long winter, the wolves of Yellowstone go after weaker prey.
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Wolves of Yellowstone On The Hunt | National Geographic

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Date: October 25, 2019

36 thoughts on “Wolves of Yellowstone On The Hunt | National Geographic

  1. Are you gonna show a single successful hunt ever, for a change? Plus a buffalo or even elk of this
    size would provide food for 3-5 days, they wouldn't need to kill such big animals everyday.

  2. The past year or so I've been more and more intrigued by Wolves. Like a Spiritual calling almost, and their eyes, my goodness. It's like they're looking into your soul. I went to a Wolf Sanctuary one day. The Wolves are so awesome, and there were a couple that just had a non threatening gaze into my eyes. It's like we were connecting, but on a different level, a different realm. Thank you so much for this post. It just further enhances my intrigue and appreciation for post like these. 👊🏽

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  4. Talk to anyone that lives around wolves !!! No one that has to deal with the death and destruction of these animals will tell you there a good thing!! thery are destroying the eco system!

  5. I wish high schools would teach classes on conservation and self sustainability to the extent math was taught. A new generation with more drive to conserve what we have like these wolves and Yellowstone.

  6. It would be great to watch nature at its finest, if there was like a hotel or something, and a shopping centre, and a McDonald's and some roads so we can get about, then we can experience true wilderness, as long as there's not too many of them otherwise we'll have to shoot them yeah?

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