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Yellowstone

  • Season 1
  • 3 episodes
  • Documentary and factual
  • Nature

Summary

The series continues by examining life in the park during summer, when it becomes the ideal environment for newborn animals. In the final episode, an early dusting of snow signals the end of autumn, a time when the forests are a blaze of red and gold and the animals prepare for the coming cold. The elk face hungry wolves as they move down from the mountains to feed in the valleys, while beavers rush to repair their dams and stock up their underwater larders before the waters freeze over.

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Episode 1: Winter

Summary

Following the wildlife that inhabits the famous American national park, a lost world of deep forests, vast plains and bubbling geysers. The first episode focuses on a variety of species as they struggle to survive the rigours of a freezing six-month winter, revealing that although the herds of elk and bison are weakened by the cold, one animal gets stronger - the wolf

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NarratorPeter Firth
ProducerPaul D Stewart
Series producerAndrew Murray

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  • Summary

    Following the wildlife that inhabits the famous American national park, a lost world of deep forests, vast plains and bubbling geysers. The first episode focuses on a variety of species as they struggle to survive the rigours of a freezing six-month winter, revealing that although the herds of elk and bison are weakened by the cold, one animal gets stronger - the wolf

    Details

    Languages
    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    NarratorPeter Firth
    ProducerPaul D Stewart
    Series producerAndrew Murray
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