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Wolves with Timothy Dalton (5 Jul. 1993)

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"In Search of Wolves (1993)". It starred Timothy Dalton as the narrator and the nerdy scientist who went to the arctic part of Canada to live with and study wolves. A very good movie (documentary style) of the book by the same name which recalled the exploits of the real scientist who did just that. He lived in an area near wolves and marked his territory the way wolves do by urinating at the edges of his camp. Mice invaded his camp and he was in an elk stampede naked as a jaybird. A movie well worth seeing for its ideas and the beauty of the setting. The wolves have a society as interesting as our own with far simpler rules, which the scientist documented and lived under.

Don DePasquale

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