Follow the journey of a rebel named Black Wolf who breaks from his pack and survives to be one of the oldest wolves in Yellowstone. He'll travel paved roads most wolves avoid at all costs as he ventures out to mate with a rival pack's females. At nearly twice the age most wolves reach, Black Wolf's unorthodox lifestyle likely means he has more pups than any wolf in Yellowstone.
National Geographic cameras capture the action when he finally achieves alpha male status in his own pack.
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It's a beautiful story. Well done and I purchased 7 DVD's. One for each of my famly. The production side of it was done very professional..of course..it's National Geographic. A # 10 in quality and reputation .
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
At the end of watching this amazing story and footage on TV... there's a disclaimer right at the end of the show saying this was a fake story made up of a bunch of different videos of wolves in Yellowstone. Not sure what it really was I was watching.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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