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Nature: Clash: Encounters Of Bears And Wolves

It’s a test of skills and wills in the often harsh environment of Yellowstone as two of the continent’s greatest hunters take each others’ measure. Now, join NATURE and discover who will triumph in "Clash: Encounters of Bears and Wolves."

Find out what happens when two great predators come face to face in Yellowstone. Pictured: Grizzly bear.

Find out what happens when two great predators come face to face in Yellowstone. Pictured: Grizzly bear.

Credit: Curtis Simonson ©NG image Collection

"Nature" captures the heat of the moment when a grizzly bear (pictured) faces off with wolves.

"Nature" captures the heat of the moment when a grizzly bear (pictured) faces off with wolves.

Credit: Michael Madonna © NG image Collection

Grizzly mother with yearlings.

Grizzly mother with yearlings.

Credit: Edward Krumanaker ©NG image Collection

Grizzly and wolves. This film offers arresting showdowns between grizzlies and wolves and reveals details of their social lives and survival strategies, as well as those of other animals in Yellowstone, from elks to otters.

Grizzly and wolves. This film offers arresting showdowns between grizzlies and wolves and reveals details of their social lives and survival strategies, as well as those of other animals in Yellowstone, from elks to otters.

Credit: ©2009 WNET.ORG

"Nature" captures the heat of the moment when a grizzly bear (pictured) faces off with wolves.

"Nature" captures the heat of the moment when a grizzly bear (pictured) faces off with wolves.

Credit: David Fitzpatrick © NG image Collection

This film offers arresting showdowns between wolves and grizzly bears and reveals details of their social lives and survival strategies, as well as those of other animals in Yellowstone, from coyote (pictured) to otters.

This film offers arresting showdowns between wolves and grizzly bears and reveals details of their social lives and survival strategies, as well as those of other animals in Yellowstone, from coyote (pictured) to otters.

Credit: William Albert Allard © NG image Collection