We Are All InterConnected

How Wolves Change Rivers

As humans we know that Apex predators, such as ourselves, can adversely affect the world in which we live in. Over hunting, over fishing and destruction of our natural resources have put humankind on a stopwatch that counts down to our own extinction. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Have a look at this amazing video on The National Geographic website, showing how one species can have a massive cascading effect on the entire ecosystem in which it lives… and even alter the geography of the area. All for the betterment of the area and those in it.

How Wolves Change Rivers

How Wolves Change Rivers @ National Geographic

Human/wildlife conflict is a reality of growing populations around the world, and the fact is that we need to learn to live beside wildlife if we are to maintain our wonderful thriving ecosystems in the future. ~ National Geographic

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6 thoughts on “We Are All InterConnected

  1. I live in Denmark now and after 200 years the wolf has finally returned to Denmark. Now there is a large population of the people who want to extinguish this beautiful creature from their soils. I don’t get it they were here long before we ever came.

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