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Wolves tells the remarkable story of one of the world's most tenacious species and our closest fellow predator. The film follows these elusive subjects across remote landscapes in an effort to catch glimpses of a way of life known only to a handful of scientists.Written by
I felt deceived after seeing a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's "Fifth Estate" which exposed many so-called wildlife "documentaries" for using tame animals. 'Wolves' is one of these. They used tame wolves from "Animals of Montana Inc." This would be OK if they let the audience know in some conspicuous fashion. But to pretend all the shots are of wild wolves is to deceive he audience. Unfortunately, this is the way many wildlife docs are going as they strive to get better and better HDVD quality shots of animals in their "habitat". Either a) the production company doesn't want to spend the time to get these high quality shots of actual wild animals or b) the public is demanding such amazing photography that it is really only possible through use of tame/trained animals.
That's a bit of rant but - hopefully it is useful information.
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