A unique and jaw-dropping location, Yellowstone is paradise. But for the animals that live there, life is often not easy. Filmed in both summer and winter, with remarkable close-range ...
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Yellowstone challenges every animal that lives in this Rocky Mountain wilderness; in summer it pitches them into battle against one another for food, territories and mates, in winter it forces them into a struggle for survival.
The natural world is full of amazing stories, but sometimes animals act in ways that seemingly go against all their instincts. This heart-warming series examines the cases of animals that have struck up unusual relationships.
A unique and jaw-dropping location, Yellowstone is paradise. But for the animals that live there, life is often not easy. Filmed in both summer and winter, with remarkable close-range footage of Yellowstone's wildlife, Wild Yellowstone captures the beauty and essence of the land and animals in a place that is like no other in the world, right here in the U.S.
I have already written a review for the Frozen Frontier episode. I'm guessing that Nat Geo intended that to be an one-off TV movie before filming the second episode, Grizzly Summer. The slow motion is still there but at least, the speeding up is no longer. It's a less annoying visual effect. It's still a waste of time watching slow motion water droplets. Slow motion is useful for fast moving creatures or actions. It's an improvement. It's not trying to be modern flashiness. This standard works for good reasons and it would be good to stay with this style.
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