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The wilderness of Yellowstone Park.

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aired 20 days ago
Yellowstone National Park is an extraordinary wilderness area where every creature has a survival strategy.
aired 33 days ago
Yellowstone transforms into a wildlife paradise with a cruel dark side as grizzly bears emerge from mountain dens to search for food.
aired 33 days ago
Beavers and grizzly bears retreat under cover from an endless blizzard; wolves, red foxes and river otters face winter head on.
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Yellowstone National Park is a land of extremes; summertime in the park is a time of plenty, while wintertime forces its wildlife into a struggle for survival.

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