If close counted, a group of Yellowstone wolf pups would be given credit for being excellent hunters. Unfortunately for them, in the wild it doesn't count as a new video shows that they cornered an elk, but didn't know what to do next.
Do you believe in Bigfoot? If your answer is yes, the next logical step is to believe that Bigfoot would need some type of house. If you're still nodding your approval, check out recent video from a guy who thinks he found a Bigfoot house in Yellowstone.
Hypothetical question: how do you know if you've made it as a celebrity if you're a wolf? Answer: when National Geographic makes a movie about you. That's exactly what happened to one black wolf in Yellowstone National Park a few years ago.
If there really is strength in numbers, the Junction Butte Wolf Pack in Yellowstone National Park is definitely getting stronger. A new video shows up to 18 pups that have been born into the pack this past year.
It's not exactly breaking news that there are a lot of varieties of wildlife in Yellowstone National Park. Bears and wolves tend to get the most press with elk and moose sightings also commonly shared. The one animal you don't hear much about is the badger. The first badger sighting of 202…