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Yellowstone Animal Migrations Captured on Camera for First Time Ever

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Witness some of the first ever footage capturing elk, deer and antelope migrating hundreds of miles. 

In this new National Geographic video, Yellowstone Park proves once again its stronghold as perhaps the most iconic and important wildlife haven on earth.

In this spectacular video, you’ll see nine separate elk herds that spiral out of the park every year, a 120-mile antelope migration and a remarkable 150-mile mule deer migration.

I’m not sure how long it took cameramen to get these shots and I can only guess at how many go pros were deployed. I can’t even get the Kansas 10-point I’ve been chasing for the last three years to step in front of my trail camera once during the season.

At any rate, I can appreciate the monumental task this must have been and I only hope the cameras are still out there so that the next video will be even longer.

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Yellowstone Animal Migrations Captured on Camera for First Time Ever