National Geographic's The Hidden Life of Wolves: An Eye-Opening Discussion
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Featured review from Naila Bhatri
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Fantastic! The work Jim and Jamie Dutcher have done and the information they shared about wolves was heart wrenching and so moving. Wolves are just as amazing as they are misunderstood. I really hope we humans don't destroy them, as we tend to destroy so much.
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Each NatGeo Live lecture is different. By and large, I like the idea of the lectures. However, this was the second one I've attended, and again, the lecturers were not that great. The subject matter was fascinating, but I thought their...continued
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