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From 2020, Bill Whitaker’s report on grizzly bears in Montana; From 2010, Bob Simon’s report on the secret language of elephants; From 2019, Scott Pelley’s report on efforts to save the giant panda from extinction; And from 2018, Bill Whitaker’s report on the wolves of Yellowstone National Park.
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00:00 Introduction
00:10 Grizzlies
13:35 The Secret Language of Elephants
27:36 Giant Panda
40:51 The Wolves of Yellowstone



6 Haz 2023




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Mark Sutherland, Jr.
Mark Sutherland, Jr. 4 aylar önce
The speed that bear took at that camera was absolutely TERRIFYING!!
Lonesome Ridge
Lonesome Ridge 3 aylar önce
Rather small grizzly too.
Cathy T
Cathy T 4 aylar önce
Awesome documentary. A lot of great informative info.. I could watch for hours if it lasted that long.. i wish all humans respected wildlife like these people..
Joseph Kool
Joseph Kool 3 aylar önce
People like you believe everything they on a screen
MTJen 3 aylar önce
The man that was attacked showed a lot of grace and proves he is a true sportsman. Much respect!
Robert Tognino
Robert Tognino 2 aylar önce
Just a wonderful film!!!!!@
Gwildor Dipkin
Gwildor Dipkin 2 aylar önce
I wish that thing would try that on me! I'd shoot a double leg and own it! No I've never wrestled but still.
2407277720 johnson
2407277720 johnson 26 gün önce
​@Gwildor Dipkin Zg
ImpnAintEasy Gün önce
Agreed completely he gets it, that he was the one out of his realm. I have a lot of respect for him.
Kelsey Coyote
Kelsey Coyote 4 aylar önce
Brilliant documentary. Thank you. There's nothing greater than learning about new things that increase our knowledge and enrich our lives with goals of better understanding animal behavior.
AwesomeBlackDude 4 aylar önce
Now only if they can thoroughly investigate why it is impossible to go beyond the Earth's magnetosphere Bow Shock or walk on the moon.
1BadJane 4 aylar önce
Better to spend your time studying human behavior.....your going to NEED that knowledge in today's time.......🙄
Darrick Malloy
Darrick Malloy 3 aylar önce
@AwesomeBlackDude we still have amazing thing to learn right here in our back yards. Sasquatch Ontario. Is the channel.
JB6789 3 aylar önce
When I was a kid, I wanted to study sharks. As an adult, I got my wish when joining the corporate world.
Kelsey Coyote
Kelsey Coyote Aylar önce
@1BadJane that's a truth! I'm certainly doing that as well.
Denny s
Denny s 4 aylar önce
What a great episode of 60 min. 60 min covers so much of human condition This episode is no exception. As Scott Pelley puts it " Are we saving Pandas, or are Pandas saving Us"♥
Miss Cindy
Miss Cindy 4 aylar önce
What an amazing and meaningful career. When I was a child I wanted to study elephant or gorillas and live with them. My life took a different route but if I could have a redo to study elephants I would. For now I will continue to support conservation efforts and learn about them through literature and videos.
Monfort Transport
Monfort Transport 4 aylar önce
Yeah you realized how little money those occupations make lol
Maria Torres
Maria Torres 4 aylar önce
Gorillas or elephants would love to live with you too Miss Cindy. No Dought about that in my mind & i dont even know You!!! Blessings to you and your family always from puerto rico with lots of love
iShowSpppd 4 aylar önce
How's Only Fans been?
Monfort Transport
Monfort Transport 4 aylar önce
@iShowSpppd right
Mar S.
Mar S. 4 aylar önce
Awesome 60mins episodes. The scientist that is living in a remote part of Africa and studying elephant herds language is so extraordinary. The giant panda episode is compelling as well.
Robin Martz
Robin Martz 4 aylar önce
But WHY?
chris bennett
chris bennett 4 aylar önce
@Robin Martz scientific purposes for understanding ,knowledge ,for the same reasons why you as the question to know and understand its not complicated
matthew 2779
matthew 2779 3 aylar önce
The people that do these types of jobs are true heroes. Each of us has our own individual responsibilities to the planet. But without people that dedicate their lives to looking out for these animals and protecting them we'd be lost
Alicia Marie
Alicia Marie 4 aylar önce
I really like the attitude of the Montana folks they interviewed. They seem like such calm, happy, reasonable people. Mother Nature no doubt plays a role in this contentment. ❤
MattJack 4 aylar önce
Montana is an amazing place, and the people are wonderful! Some of the friendliest and most down to earth folks you will ever neet. Ive got an Aunt & Uncle and several cousin who live there, and so me and my siblings have been going there for visits all our lives. It's one of my most favorite places to visit. Not to mention it's a breathtakingly beautiful state.
Kay Spencer
Kay Spencer 4 aylar önce
We are calm and happy. It’s such a blessing to be able to call western Montana home❤
Ken Wu
Ken Wu 4 aylar önce
There is a chance they only show the interviews like that and cut the opposite voices? There is not a single thing that is agree by everyone. if there is only one side is show, it must be selected.
Marilee W
Marilee W 4 aylar önce
You are certainly right 👍 I am from Montana
Bob Tucker
Bob Tucker 2 aylar önce
Watched these episodes when first aired, you never get tiered of watching all these magnificent animals 💜 What a great episode of 60 min. 60 min covers so much of human condition This episode is no exception. As Scott Pelley puts it " Are we saving Pandas, or are Pandas saving Us"♥
Randi Bagley-Goodwin
Randi Bagley-Goodwin 4 aylar önce
49:20 The joy on his face when describing how the ecosystem in that valley has recovered and so many plants and animal species have returned, speaks volumes to the intent of his soul. He is truly doing the work he was born to do. He probably rarely ever feels like he is going to work for a living when he leaves home in the mornings.
Cobainz Lady
Cobainz Lady Aylar önce
all they had to do was allow hunting of deer and elk there. in place of the bears, who are a homicidal species.
Ken Johnson
Ken Johnson 3 aylar önce
I had a wolf as a pet. She was half Timber and half Artic wolf. She thought that she was a house wolf. The most loving pet that I ever had.
ambulldog111 3 aylar önce
Love the wolf or hate the wolf they have just as much right to live in this country as we do
Cobainz Lady
Cobainz Lady Aylar önce
@ambulldog111 LOL not really.
Manzel Ngirmeriil
Manzel Ngirmeriil 4 aylar önce
One of the best episodes! Made me laugh AND cry. I love animals.
B Bodziak
B Bodziak 4 aylar önce
I do, too. We just have to respect the animals that have no interest in loving us back -- that goes for many human mammals, as well!
Tammy Jeanne
Tammy Jeanne 2 aylar önce
So sad
Crime Against Creation
A brilliant collection of episodes about different species and their problems with humans and prospects due to the highly important scientific work certain humans do to protect and gain knowledge about them. For media like 60 minutes to make such reports is yet another part of crucial public information channels for animal conservation progams to gain the recognition and respect they depend on and deserve. Thank You!
ApriMarie U
ApriMarie U 2 aylar önce
Amazing 🤩 and beautiful 👏🏽 these 🐘 and the work done by the observers, I was touched by the mourning of the baby by her group, thank you for giving a little peek into these intelligent & loving animals
Michael Shreeve N6GRG
Michael Shreeve N6GRG 2 aylar önce
Watching this again was a real treat. I've seen all of these pieces but separately mixed with other content on Sunday nights but seeing them together was amazing.
Supt 3100
Supt 3100 4 aylar önce
An excellent composition of fascinating stories. And worth every one of the almost 60 Minutes it took to watch them!
FILMCASTLive 4 aylar önce
This is an amazing compilation of wildlife nature stories by 60 Minutes. Saved in my Favorites folder playlist.✔ Thanks to the zoologists, naturalists, veterianarians, biologists, researchers, park rangers, zoo keepers and all the scientists and animal lovers involved in the study, preservation, care and reintroduction of such fragile animal species. Over the centuries, humanity worldwide have encroached so intensively and harmfuly into what once was their pristine animal kingdom and ecosystems, bringing detrimental effects in their reproductive, roaming and hunting patterns and processes, resulting into the extinction of so many now lost species, leaving other surviving but to the brink of extinction too. And because of all abovementioned and as the uppermost sentinent and cognitive specie on the planet, it becomes our responsibility to nurture them and guarantee their longevity as animal species for generations to come 🐒 🐺🐹🐯🐼🐘🐋🐝🐨
LADY J 4 aylar önce
So many people get mad when they have their pets or farm animals attacked by wildlife ‼️What did they think was going to happen when we are taking more and more of their habitat. We as humans need to REALIZE THEY WERE HERE LONG BEFORE WE ARRIVED . We should respect their habitat instead of expecting them to respect ours. ❗❗
Rick Taylor
Rick Taylor 4 aylar önce
"vegetarians"???? You mean weirdos..
Sister Aloys Singh
Sister Aloys Singh 4 aylar önce
Phyllis Arrington
Phyllis Arrington 4 aylar önce
Jackyc1234 Clark
Jackyc1234 Clark 4 aylar önce
If you move into a bear's territory you live with them .
Bob bailey
Bob bailey 4 aylar önce
This is the best show I have ever seen made by you. This gives me hope that we can set aside our bad human actions and help other animals we have put in danger of extinction Thank you for this coverage.
Llama Lady
Llama Lady 4 aylar önce
I LOVE elephants! They are soooo intelligent, emotional and family oriented. Precious, just precious.
Gemstones 4 aylar önce
Uh, what about bears
B Bodziak
B Bodziak 4 aylar önce
@Gemstones Did I miss something? Did the OP say she didn't think bears held intelligence? For the record, elephants have been shown to be more intelligent than any species of bears.
Cathy L
Cathy L 4 aylar önce
The man that was attacked and is not upset that the grizzly lives, is a very smart man with the response he gave. We are trespassers to the animals. If you move into or play in their territory, you should be aware you could be what's for dinner.
Su Libby
Su Libby 3 aylar önce
Wish that some of the macho military weapons hunting types could have the same attitude as this wise man
Cathy L
Cathy L 3 aylar önce
@Su Libby the world needs prayer🙏🙂❤️
georgie hollander
georgie hollander 4 aylar önce
I went to Adelaide Zoo especially to see the 2 Pandas they have. It was such a beautiful experience. They sat right in front of me and ate their bamboo,,, consequently I didn't see anything else of the zoo.....They are 12 years old. I have loved them my whole life. The symbol of the WWF. I am so glad these programs are happening to save them and care for them for future generations !!!
No description available
The world wrestling federation really ?
TheCandiceWang 3 aylar önce
​@No description available World Wildlife Fund.
JB6789 3 aylar önce
For one's own safety in the woods of Montana, it is very important to never surprise bears and to carry some form of defense in case of an attack. For instance, wearing bells (to avoid surprising a bear) and carrying bear-strength pepper spray are both suggested. Also, knowing the differences between the Grizzly and the more common Black Bear is important. Analyzing bear scat can help distinguish between these two species. The Black Bear's scat is usually smaller and contains the remnants of fur (squirrel, etc.) and berries. However, Grizzly Bear scat is much larger, clumpier, and often contains bells and smells like pepper.
Also, don`t wear a cowbell. 😄
Mike o' Glen
Mike o' Glen 3 aylar önce
@IndigenousUndergroundPrimate And never go walking in the woods dressed as a salmon..
Aisling Ruane
Aisling Ruane 3 aylar önce
Thank you . Very informative
Kelcie June
Kelcie June 3 aylar önce
@IndigenousUndergroundPrimate oh boy could you imagine the sound when that thing finds ts way out!?
mbarlev 3 aylar önce
So to recap: We need to wear bells and pepper spray and we identify the Grizzly bear by its scat which contains bells and smells like pepper...I mean, it seems that bear poo is comprised of hikers who acted based on this advice. My take on how to hike montana is to do it New Jersey or Nevada...
JLCollazo 4 aylar önce
One of the best pieces of documentary I have seen by 60 mins yet great job guys LOVE IT!!!!!!
B Bodziak
B Bodziak 4 aylar önce
For this type of documentary, yes!
Wd Vest
Wd Vest 4 aylar önce
Those of you who do the work of wildlife preservation are truly wonderful humans
Cathy Heiney
Cathy Heiney 3 aylar önce
I am so thankful for your research on Grizzlies. They are fascinating animals! I don't get out to their usual territory and leave them alone on purpose. I have no intention of being bear food.
Millie Girl
Millie Girl 4 aylar önce
Montana folk understand that they are sharing mother nature and don't own it alone 💕 I am very happy this gentleman made a close to 100 percent recovery Love his outlook on life 👍🥇
Neil Deep
Neil Deep 4 aylar önce
Like the Duttons in Wyoming #Yellowstone
Ariel Sea
Ariel Sea 4 aylar önce
tom h
tom h 4 aylar önce
So do us north California folks, its amazing that it's on our state flag but was hunted to near regional extinction because of ignorance . I love hiking and hunting and always admire the sight of any bears...from a distance lol.
CT M 4 aylar önce
pretty humble of that guy not to brag about how he slapped around a big Griz but let the Griz live to tell about it, lol
Jay Cooper
Jay Cooper 3 aylar önce
Jack is a class act. He gives a lot of credit to his trainer and even brings in his 78 year old friend to share the spotlight. He doesn't make it all about him.
The Artsy Zoologist
The Artsy Zoologist 4 aylar önce
After the incident that was the Schiaparelli runway this week past, it’s awesome to see these conservation stories and documentaries take centre stage and light up the algorithm. I had my weekend class sit in today (the weather is absolute chaos in NZ at the moment) and I was surprised that one of my students wanted to cast this up on the tv for everybody to watch as we drew big cats. I try to take every opportunity to educate them but not force it, so it’s rewarding that they’ve made these choices on their own and taken an interest in wildlife conservation. It was very encouraging to see all the positive attitudes (for the most part) expressed from the citizens of these places understanding there is a balance sometimes good, sometimes bad but overall how imperative animals are to the ecosystem and even our own survival. Some don’t understand this, and people are afraid of what they don’t understand which in this case and as seen in the documentary results in mass killings of keystone species. This is partly why I’ve made the choice to eventually study lions throughout Tanzania, Zambia and Botswana, there is still so much to learn and people to educate.
Randi Bagley-Goodwin
Randi Bagley-Goodwin 4 aylar önce
Were those real hides/skins they were wearing?
B Bodziak
B Bodziak 4 aylar önce
How fortunate for your students that you allowed one student to bring this hour of video into discussion!
The Artsy Zoologist
The Artsy Zoologist 4 aylar önce
@B Bodziak Very fortunate indeed, being as it’s wildlife art and all things nature, they enjoy learning anything and everything about the natural world and conservation. But again if they weren’t happy with watching or listening to certain things, they are old enough (Teens and Adults) to vocalise this.
The Artsy Zoologist
The Artsy Zoologist 4 aylar önce
@Randi Bagley-Goodwin No, not real furs and skins, though Ami Zarug (The designer of the animal pieces) does have real furs and skeletons he’s acquired in order to better replicate true detail. It was more so the image his heads on garments portrayed and perpetuated. On their own his works are stunning but they served no genuine purpose on the runway other than for show. There was no effort or mention toward conservation or the rapid decline that apex predators like lion and snow leopard are facing in the wild.
Randi Bagley-Goodwin
Randi Bagley-Goodwin 4 aylar önce
@The Artsy Zoologist I thought those outfits looked ridiculous and perpetuated the wrong message. Good to know they aren't real!
Jo Vo
Jo Vo 4 aylar önce
Just started reading Rick McIntyre’s series on Yellowstone wolves and it’s an excellent read. Glad to see him pop up here and still doing what he loves.
Gay Michaelis
Gay Michaelis 4 aylar önce
Very good story and very educational for all of us out here in TRvid land!!!! My sister lives in Montana in that kind of northwest section in Plains area… and I live down in Utah, just north of Salt Lake City…I used to live in Alaska, outside of Anchorage a ways… so this kind of thing really interests me!!! Thank you very much to any and all who were involved with this!! ❤
N. Montana
N. Montana 3 aylar önce
These animals a majestic. Being mammals their behaviors are so close to humans its truly fascinating. We have to protect them at all cost. Great documentary
Luke 3 aylar önce
Behaviors displayed by wild mammals, especially predators, and even herding animals of the fields are definitely NOT like that of human beings. They behave like animals, as they should. People who display behaviors similar to any animal clearly have behavioral health problems due to some kind of mental health issue or a major neurological injury. As humans, we are the natural caretakers of all the creatures and all of creation on the Earth. This is the way God made the world to be. Natural, healthy, non-mutated animals understand that perfectly, as they understand how God made this world. The only mutants that shouldn't have even existed in the first place are diseased, violent for nothing, majorly brain damaged, unnatural, and unessential, and unnecessary vermin mutts.
N. Montana
N. Montana 3 aylar önce
@Luke 😭😭😭
H In The Groove
H In The Groove 4 aylar önce
Thank you so much 60 Minutes, there’s no better show on on tv, in any category.
Stuff 4 aylar önce
What about Small Wonder??
Green Mantis
Green Mantis 4 aylar önce
60 min is crap
Mary Riley
Mary Riley 3 aylar önce
Many thanks to all the people who look after these wolves. I hope they are safe from….humans.
Anuradha Inamdar
Anuradha Inamdar 4 aylar önce
A very good story covered by 60 minutes. All the species covered have a interesting history of being endangered & they being saved says a lot about human endeavour.
Cindy Thomas
Cindy Thomas 4 aylar önce
So enjoyed this entire show … thank you 😊
Katherine Uribe
Katherine Uribe 4 aylar önce
These, and all of the world's creatures, deserve our love and respect. We must learn to protect habitats as much as we need to protect their lives. So much is dependent on education, and acceptance of their inherent worth, each and every creature. Then, we need to develop, engineer our existence around what is best for ALL of us, human and animal alike.
jane coe
jane coe 4 aylar önce
Chas Tautoko
Chas Tautoko 4 aylar önce
not not
not not 4 aylar önce
If we can figure out away to keep them from attacking humans then I agree until then they dead if one run up on me
Katherine Carpenter
Katherine Carpenter 3 aylar önce
What a great bunch of shows! Animal lovers delight! Thank you!
Tammy Jeanne
Tammy Jeanne 2 aylar önce
Not when you see an innocent cow fighting for his life
JC Boom
JC Boom 3 aylar önce
Dad grew up in Southern Idaho, on the edge of Yellowstone, with wolves and he loved them. He grew up to be ao veterinarian. He was ecstatic when wolves were reintroduced into Yellowstone. I am so glad he lived to see it happen. He always said they are not vicious, nor mankillers and are very smart. P
JC Boom
JC Boom 3 aylar önce
I saw Pandas at the Memphis Zoo when they had them. They are interesting creatures.
JC Boom
JC Boom 3 aylar önce
I think it is wonderful that China loans pandas to zoos so the world can see them and want to help save them.
Doug 3 aylar önce
Very pertinent, perceptive and relevant answers from Julia. A BIG THANK YOU for putting this on TRvid!
angelicaldlc 4 aylar önce
Fantastic work. My son and I could watch something informative and wonderful together. Congratulations
Jerry 4 aylar önce
The problem with the wolf reintroduction was they brought in Grey wolves instead of the Timberwolves that were actually native. The Grey's are bigger and more aggressive. They are terrorizing the moose, elk, and deer populations. But they are definitely a beautiful animal.
Jon Patterson
Jon Patterson 3 aylar önce
Well said, Jerry. I like the way you mentioned the Grey/Timberwolf difference, a fact that was left out of this "documentary".
Barry Obama
Barry Obama 3 aylar önce
There was an over population of Elk before the wolves
Dan Bev
Dan Bev 4 aylar önce
One important thing 60 Minutes should have explained is how important and essential predators are to the health of the entire ecosystem. Otherwise, interesting episode. …Update - they do talk about this at the very end of the wolf segment.
Lighttheway 4 aylar önce
Mel Safken
Mel Safken 4 aylar önce
12:36 13:16
Liberty Justice
Liberty Justice 3 aylar önce
That was explained several times during the documentary
Joseph Donais
Joseph Donais 2 aylar önce
60yrs old and bears still haunt my nightmares. I cannot imagine for good and ill the extent of what we have lost as humans pampered by modern civ.
Luann Nelson
Luann Nelson 4 aylar önce
Where I live in western NC, we have a large number of black bears. They are generally not aggressive toward humans. I live in a very long-developed community in a house that’s at least 103 years old. But the influx of new people who want to live in the mountains has been very disruptive to their habitat; I no longer walk early in the morning or in the evening due to multiple encounters.
Nu Liform
Nu Liform 4 aylar önce
Exactly same here..i live in the mountains of NEPA...too many 'refugees' from the cities has endangered us all.
Jack Baker
Jack Baker 4 aylar önce
My buddy was in Ashville for his son's wedding. He is a Vietnam Vet. He walks with a cane. He looked out at the dumpster one morning, and there was a Black Bear. He goes out, and chases it with his cane. Better man than I am...
Nu Liform
Nu Liform 4 aylar önce
@Jack Baker lol...I can actually see that HAPPENING....reminds me of my 4 ft 3" step mum chasing a mother bear & her two cubs with a broomstick, because they tore down her birdfeeder..yelling & screaming at them...they all jumped out of their skins..but all of a sudden the mother turned around & GROWLED AT HER..I INSTINCTIVELY i FLEW OUT THE DOOR BEtwEEN BEAR & MUM & ROARED BACK...SHE DECIDED THAT WAS TOO MUCH & SLOWLY AMBLED OFF AFTER HER CUBS...I NEAR FAINTED...AFTER THE FACT...SORRY FoR THE CAPS, KEYBOARD IS DYING
Cobainz Lady
Cobainz Lady 2 aylar önce
there are more bears now than ever since about 1800 there. and since about 1900 in the western us.
Michael Joseph
Michael Joseph 4 aylar önce
How can you not love a panda?
George George
George George 4 aylar önce
The humans moving into the bears' territory are the danger and the problem, not the other way around.
b52gf16c 4 aylar önce
Exactly- are the bears well past 8 billion, and growing on this small Planet??? Rhetorical question!!
Chas Tautoko
Chas Tautoko 4 aylar önce
Gareth Paine
Gareth Paine 4 aylar önce
George George
George George 4 aylar önce
@b52gf16c understood.
Michael Adams
Michael Adams 4 aylar önce
Elephants are beautiful souls who have more empathy for their own kind than humans. That is fact.
Christopher Scott
Christopher Scott 4 aylar önce
Elephants are ruthless just like all animals, birds, insects. Some are "compassionate" to their own; some are not. Just stop. Elephants are a good example, though.
Mari Harrik
Mari Harrik 4 aylar önce
Michael Adams animals are no different from humans they can be as ruthless as humans
Mari Harrik
Mari Harrik 4 aylar önce
Michael Adams no its not fact nature is cruel live with that
Michael Adams
Michael Adams 4 aylar önce
@Mari Harrik of course sherlock but many peaceful animals live on earth as well.
Liberty Justice
Liberty Justice 3 aylar önce
The elephant protector has an amazing and important job, but I laughed out loud when she said I'm getting to do a really important job, something a lot of people don't get to do... And I thought... What about every human mother?? They provide for, sacrifice for, protect and defend their children. It's an extremely important job just like protecting and defending the elephants. I wish her well with her elephant charges, and hope she stays safe.
Paul Abt
Paul Abt 3 aylar önce
Well done ..., very welll done. Please continue to explore and teach us about our animals. Marlin Perkins would be proud
Jacqueline Crabb
Jacqueline Crabb 4 aylar önce
Excellent documentary. Very educational and informative. Loved ❤ it. 👍🏻🥰🕊🙏🙏
K 4 aylar önce
That lady with the elephants is one of the luckiest people on earth.
Chris 71
Chris 71 4 aylar önce
What an amazing adventure this lady researcher has been living, I'm so jealous!!! And it's something that's so needed, she's doing very important work. Now we need a trained army of mercenaries to hunt and take out the poachers, they're monsters! Idk how she copes with a dead elephant, it must be heart wrenching. I certainly can't bear to see dead elephants, it's like seeing a massacre of humans, maybe worse! The pandas are adorable and important too! 😍 Thankful for all of these researchers and everything they're doing to study, help and hopefully save them.
Judith Beckford
Judith Beckford 3 aylar önce
Elephants, are marvelous creatures !!! Thanks for sharing ❤😊
Crystal 🔮
Crystal 🔮 4 aylar önce
There something about these beautiful, intelligent, emotional, elephants that makes me feel so sad for them. I don't want nobody to hurt them nor hunt them. I wish I had powers to send a spirit to protect them always and forever.
Linni Martin
Linni Martin 3 aylar önce
You do have the power. Think it, say it, write it down. Often, sincerely, & with passion. It will have impact.
Laara 3 aylar önce
.Kudos and great thanks to care, concern and professionalism that Doug Smith provides the wolves and the larger ecosystem we all depend on.
Amora Rose
Amora Rose 3 aylar önce
I love elephants, absolutely love them. Finally had a dream come to when I visited PAWS Wild Animal Sanctuary in San Andreas CA in 2018. What a magnificent animal. Thank you Mr. Bob Barker who brought those girls there.
Sand Hanitizer
Sand Hanitizer 3 aylar önce
8:07 that's terrifying... Bears run so fast. So much faster than a lot of people would think.
Nicholas Piscitelli
Nicholas Piscitelli 4 aylar önce
People just can't leave animals alone
S B 4 aylar önce
Especially in New Jersey :(
Kasper Dolleris
Kasper Dolleris 4 aylar önce
we're to many people but dont worry... not for long human population is in a devastating decline so you should be happy now 🤣🤣🤣
Ari W
Ari W 4 aylar önce
Love how the people move into grizzly country then expect them to leave. Stop building houses anywhere you think you want. I’d rather see the people go.
The Best
The Best 3 aylar önce
I agree
Hong Chang
Hong Chang 2 aylar önce
Absolutely magnificent, kudus too the park and the Rangers. Thanks Bearhunter5
1fastmex 3 aylar önce
That's a small Grizz. When you see a big grizz in real life . How massive the head and neck are it is like no other. They are beautiful and absolutely terrifying all at the same time.
Andrew Hills
Andrew Hills 4 aylar önce
Thank you 60 Minutes. I truly enjoyed this piece
Jim Reynolds
Jim Reynolds Aylar önce
Great work! In this awful political atmosphere we must endure these days, your programming is just what I needed to find my center again. These magnificent animals unfortunately depend on humans for their well being. Our ecosystem depends on them to thrive. We should do more to discourage poaching; stronger penalties for poachers, and more important: penalties, including jail time for those buying ivory.
Lulahbel B.
Lulahbel B. 4 aylar önce
Killing Grizzly’s for existing??? We are infringing on them. This is so sad.
Hawk Eagle
Hawk Eagle 4 aylar önce
60 minutes what a cool interview thanks so much for this valuable information on the grizzly bear😊
Jean 3 aylar önce
That grizzly bear was absolutely terrifying! I've always considered the grizzly pretty much a death sentence if you were confronted by one.
GABX P 4 aylar önce
Wolves are a keystone species. So it’s great that they went in and helped the ecosystem at Yellowstone.
patti miller
patti miller 4 aylar önce
The best gift on the planet are animals 💗🙏
Lennart Hagen
Lennart Hagen 4 aylar önce
Nope thats me👌🙈
Prem Pandya
Prem Pandya 4 aylar önce
Step near a Grizzly bear and see who is the gift 😅
learnhowto_click *
learnhowto_click * 4 aylar önce
@Prem Pandya loving animals also means respecting them as equals. Yes grizzly bears are apex predators, everyone knows that, so we should respect their environments & habitats and steer clear of them and use non-lethal defensive methods in emergency situations. The best thing to do is to do everything you can to never find yourself in that situation. Funny thing to mention, grizzly bears are largely vegetarian but of course they will hunt fish & mammals.
GiGi Is
GiGi Is 4 aylar önce
@learnhowto_click * Animals are not mans equal. Man has dominion over all animals, foul, and sea creatures. The bible tells us so.
Dawn mello
Dawn mello 3 aylar önce
@GiGi Is God created animals before humans. You're right, they're not equal, they're better. God created animals before humans.
james thetruth
james thetruth 2 aylar önce
I love how the park service put out a bulletin telling people not to push down their slower friend when running from a bear.
April Chamberlain
April Chamberlain 4 aylar önce
We are living in all of these animals habitat/homes. We need to learn to live with them. It's not their fault we have taken over their territory. I loved all of these episodes, thank you for sharing!
Smallgot 4 aylar önce
They are living in our habitat exactly as much as we are living in theirs, and human lives are 1000 times more important. It’s time people with simply damaging ideas be called out for them.
Dawn mello
Dawn mello 3 aylar önce
@Smallgot Human lives are not any better. God created animals before humans. The arrogance to think you are better than God's creature's is a disgrace. I wonder what God will say when he comes across all that killed his creation that implied they were more important.
Smallgot 3 aylar önce
@Dawn mello wow. People like you exist.
Dawn mello
Dawn mello 3 aylar önce
@Smallgot And sadly you as well. I'll take an animal's company over a human any day.
TheWriterNW 3 aylar önce
Such amazing animals! This earth belongs to them, not us. They were here first. We as humans need to know our place and respect nature!
Tyler Stonestreet
Tyler Stonestreet 6 gün önce
Such a wonderful combo of videos. Everytime I’ve been in alaska or Colorado I’m always trippin about bears and seeing those bear charges in this doc just freaked me out more 😂
Chris DiDonna
Chris DiDonna 4 aylar önce
Amazing journalism. Thank you!
Polly Solberg
Polly Solberg 3 aylar önce
Loved the bear stories! Let them live.. people need to do all they can to keep them and bears safe..bear proof garbage cans....we lived near Hot Springs. A happy life with many of God's creatures around.
Wolfwolveswolf 4 aylar önce
Long Live the Elephant, the Giant Panda, the Grizzly Bear, the Human Being, and the Wolf ~
Tina Koelsch
Tina Koelsch 4 aylar önce
Thoughly enjoyed this documentary. Could watch a million times!
R7R 3 aylar önce
We need to protect this creature at all costs
Kelly Waggoner
Kelly Waggoner Aylar önce
Loved this!! The best was the wolves!!
Dana Sarokon
Dana Sarokon 3 aylar önce
i love ALL these animals but, when i see how the Chinese are all excited and even the younger kids are even sooo excited about it. I just think thats awesome and i wish that i could make that happen all over the world , my dream to help all animals around the world
Mike Flick
Mike Flick Aylar önce
I appreciate the info. You probably saved lives. I don’t understand why fear mongers do what they do, but it’s effects are gross.
BirdsNDog 4 aylar önce
Wolves in the wild - what a thing to behold. Yellowstone was a marvelous gift to the United States. May it remain protected.
angelusa73 4 aylar önce
I saw a grizzly bearing Yellowstone national park and I was emotional and I cried because I felt so B;LESSED to be able to see one of the many God's creations. Nature should be protected forever everywhere!!!!!! God's creations should be protected and loved because they are gift of pour splendid nature!!!!
It sound wonderful about the pandas never thought about them like this thank you for sharing
Carlin Durfee
Carlin Durfee 2 aylar önce
The mountain biker who was attacked is a true man and lover of wildlife he knows it’s their home
Jessi Hall
Jessi Hall 3 aylar önce
That little silver baby panda is so adorable.. I want one 🌹❤️
Collin Reese Jones
Collin Reese Jones 3 aylar önce
ABSOLUTELY LOVE EACH AND EVERY STORY!!!! Thanks! 😍😁😎🤗 Miss Bob Simon very much...😢😭😇
Ms. Laterholmes
Ms. Laterholmes 3 aylar önce
Love the elephant lady that’s just fabulous. She’s like Jane Goodall with the monkeys.
ljordan15 4 aylar önce
Thank you for the fantastic view of the Wolves!
Tammy DeBoard
Tammy DeBoard 4 aylar önce
They are right about trying to keep the bears away from people. Some people even feed some bears. That is a wrong thing to do. It's very bad to teach bears to get food from humans. It always ends bad for the bears. I love bears especially cubs. It said when they have to be put down. The wolves are just amazing. I'm glad they brought them back to Yellowstone. But winter is the only time the bear don't steal their prey. Beautiful animals. Thank you for this. It was great.
Terence M
Terence M 4 aylar önce
Those grizzlies are just so magnificent.
Judith Beckford
Judith Beckford 3 aylar önce
Pandas , are amazing, and unusual animals!!! ❤😊
J.C. 4 aylar önce
OMG The Panda offering it's paw for a blood test❤ I can't think of anything cuter😅
Linda Garland
Linda Garland 4 aylar önce
Great stories about our Animal Kind.💖
Montano Aylar önce
God bless the elephant lady, so passionate about such an interesting species.
MELLO321 4 aylar önce
Keep the wolves, there needed in nature!!! Everyone of God’s creatures have a place! Thanks for all the conservationists. ❤
Michael Anthony
Michael Anthony 4 aylar önce
The poor animals are at the mercy of these quacks. Sad 😭
Karen 4 aylar önce
I would be wild too if I was trapped just like that grizzlie, it was aggressive as it felt it and was trapped!!
Gail Tomlinson
Gail Tomlinson 4 aylar önce
We need to do this we need to protect them and understand them we need them and they have a right to be living on this earth
Rolando Sarabia
Rolando Sarabia 4 aylar önce
Remarkable!! All animals involved, including the humans.
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