Wolverine: Chasing the Phantom
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  • joe

    thats good

  • Patricia

    I like the way they live and how the parents both are so involved in the care of the young. Such an amazing animal. Thanks for doing the study.

  • WILLIAM RAMSEY

    I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING THE NATURE OF THE WOLVERINE. NATURE IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE SERIES.

  • Steven Hyde

    The Wolverine: What can you say but WOW!!!!!!! One amazing creature from its parenting to its attitude.

  • Oscar Rene Vazquez

    Praise God for this episode…..really did provide insight into this misunderstood, really unknown of creature……

  • J Krass

    The wolverine can teach everyone to take big bite out of life. Great show.

  • MCB

    Wounderfull – amazing – never knew!!!

  • Josh

    THATS MY SCHOOLS MASCOT

  • nicolette

    WOLVERINES ARE SO CUTE AND I WISH I COULD SEE THEM IN REAL LIFE!!!!!!!!! the video is awesome! the baby are just so hard to resist!

  • nicolette

    i already saw the full nature episode of WOLVERINE on netflix wich is on my Wii.i think it was just awesome that scientist raised the 2 baby wolverines and how the wolverine went up the tallest mountain in colorado in 45 minutes!!!

  • Cyntax

    Love Banff and Jasper!! Never throught Wolverines (in French Canada they are called CARCAJOU), were so social.
    Will Banff and Jasper be allowed to breed and, if they do, will that change their behavior towards Mr. Kroschel?

  • fred krappe’

    As of yesterday 3/25/2013 @ 8:00am my wife spotted a lone Wolverine eating out of a pot of chicken noodle soup that I had put out for the Ravens and Crows the day before,The pot was placed about 60 feet in our back yard which is all open and snow covered right now and the tree line is about 500 feet away. He was working hard to scoop out as much as He or She could eat ! I took 5 really nice photo’s and at one point opened up the back window to throw out some chicken bones and meat,He looked at me and came right up close at around 20 feet away, ate His or Her fill then then loped across the field back to the treeline and was gone. Am going to try again to fill the pot up and get a good look at the tracks He or She has left today. Will keep ya posted on my endevour. IT is really so nice to see one close up and to have the photo’s to cherish for the rest of my life !!! All I can say is that We live in upper Maine around 30 miles from the Canadian border,I don’t want any chance of a trapper getting up here to do his evil work !!!

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