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absolutely fantastic depth and detail into the mostly unknown life of wolves. these two people have got so much devotion and courage to live in a tent amongst their own pack of wolves in the Idaho wilderness for six years. the couple do a tremendously good job of gaining the wolves trust and carefully adding more hand reared puppies to the pack in order to build a strong and stable pack. Jim and Jamie Dutcher's observations about the wolves provide you with facts that could only be found out by living with them. you must see this if you like animals. the end would bring a tear to a glass eye.
There is also a detailed book of their adventures with the wolves which would be recommended to anyone who liked the programme or wants to find out more
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