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Wolves of Yellowstone On The Hunt | National Geographic

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After a long winter, the wolves of Yellowstone go after weaker prey.
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National Geographic Kids

The elk was lucky to find a refuge but the intelligent wolf packs didn’t go hungry either…they found themselves another meal!!! Team hunting prevailed!

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Like Nastya
Like Nastya 26 days ago

I'm just glad they brought them back after they nearly disappeared back in the days.

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SR Toys
SR Toys 26 days ago

My opinion is that wolves are astonishingly intelligent animals that have earned a good spot among group hunting predators being strong, fast, and very efficient creatures earning great respect among all other species

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SR Toys
SR Toys 26 days ago

Wolfquesttt

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Vầng Trăng
Vầng Trăng 26 days ago

Beautiful animals !!! I don’t how people can hunt them and kill them !

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Giọng Hát Việt Baby

Wolves are so cool, happy to see them doing well after being re-introduced to Yellowstone. I want to see them in the wild someday.

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Kids Diana Show
Kids Diana Show 26 days ago

These wolfs are small compared to other wolfs.

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ToyPudding TV
ToyPudding TV 26 days ago

I don't know why but recently I started digging these kind of wolf videos lol

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CreativeKids
CreativeKids 26 days ago

I love my favorite wolves

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Morphle ABC
Morphle ABC 26 days ago

The Lone wolf dies but the pack survives.

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Geographic
Geographic 26 days ago

The best channel in YouTube~~

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Erlania e Valentina

I wish these clips were longer

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Shin bút chì
Shin bút chì 26 days ago

Smoke a pack a day!!

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Kid Slution
Kid Slution 26 days ago

I love wolves so much

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MN Toys
MN Toys 26 days ago

That's one smart elk.

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Super Simple
Super Simple 26 days ago

a german subtitle would be awesome :)

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Super Simple
Super Simple 26 days ago

Beautiful predators, imagine the first wolf that got domesticated.

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Cocomelon - Nursery Rhymes

It’s amazing how nature works and how smart animals are.

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Toys and Colors
Toys and Colors 26 days ago

Love the wolves. Thank you.

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Debbie Doo Kids TV
Debbie Doo Kids TV 26 days ago

entoses ya save de donde son hija y.hjios porque se pone mi apellido

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