Video: It's wonderful to be able to see nature like this, with animals in a habitat that has largely been left untouched. I've watched this video multiple times, first to see the animals — elk, pronghorn and so on — migrate and then again to just appreciate the beauty of Yellowstone. Joe Riis made this video for National Geographic.
Seeing Animals Migrate In Yellowstone Is Pretty Incredible
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