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In 1995, 14 wolves were released in Yellowstone National Park. No one expected the miracle that the wolves would bring

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In 2009 #Bitcoin was released into the wild. No one expected the miracle that #Bitcoin would bring.
Tole postavi pregovor " človek človeku volk" še v drugo luč.
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Yes, but... This followed years of extensive research and was a carefully controlled experiment. Without this, and its relationship with humans, a similar release elsewhere won't work. We cover this in our book, 'Wild Mull...'pelagicpublishing.com/products/wild-…
This is an incredible illustration of the inter-connectedness of ecosystems

…& a metaphor for life.
In reply to @Rainmaker1973
Can I just add that if you think wolves are awesome and need our understanding, this is an excellent account to follow: @nywolforg
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Then the wolves went to the Dutton ranch and were shot.
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In 2005 18 people were ate by wolves in Yellowstone national park
El lobo es el puto número 1. Ahora y siempre.
In reply to @Rainmaker1973
They were intentionally released. Scientists knew.
De wolf is een belangrijke schakel in een gebalanceerd ecosysteem.
Not a miracle, just nature, but super cool nonetheless. Bring back predators!

(Yes, ecology friends, I know it was more complicated than this, let us have nice things 😁)
In reply to @Rainmaker1973
I've watched this about 10 times nature is wonderful isn't it 🤯
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The video talks about deer while showing elk.
Amo esta historia! Un triunfo de la naturaleza🥲🥲🥲🥲
I spent five weeks in Yellowstone. Volunteering and touring it in the early 90s. A magical place, but more so now that a greater natural balance has been created. See below.
One of the best example of System Dynamics!
Accepting the story …. Predator and prey are just words. They are nature. Nature must be accepted not narrated out
In reply to @Rainmaker1973
The moral of the story is: deers are kind of jerks
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This video is a template for a KELP reforestation project that I was my summer applied research work-study job. In that memorable case, predator-prey was otters-sea urchins, instead of wolves-deer. Key vegetation was California kelp, instead of birch. @Andrew_Solomon
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Sometimes I think this is a overstretched story of wolf accomplishing all these things in such a short term
Appreciate the role wolves play in our ecosystem. 💜
Les loups sont la solution aux problèmes de ce monde 🐺
Whenever a video like this pops up you can always guarantee there'll be some middle aged white dude in the comments ruining everybody's fun by going... pic.twitter.com/GtZ1r5oCOB
Wolves and other natural predators play a huge part in keeping our ecosystems working in a good way. They are a huge part of our environment, and any time you hear people arguing against letting them run free in the wild, you should show them videos like this.
Mooi filmpje voor iedereen die bezwaar heeft tegen de terugkeer van de wolf in NL.
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And Montana wants to kill them. Seems pretty short sighted to me.
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So you are saying we should cull people to improve life for others or what are you trying to say here? None of this is good if you are a deer. You are just bending things the way you want them. As always. That's what messed things up the first time.
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They missed one important thing: everything alive or dead remains there. Huntsmen take something out of the system.
nazis: see, genocide works.
leftists: see, redistribution & diversity works.
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Mother nature is awesome
Amazing what’s possible when we let nature flourish.
Can't wait for the reintroduction of Frankenstein Sabertooth Tigers in America.
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The Wolves killing Coyotes explains why the Neanderthals are extinct.
Now imagine releasing 14 humans into this setting. We all know where that'll go. Gotta change his we live to be more in synergy with nature. Not possible to be like wolves obviously. Need our own ways twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Nature is perfection. Equilibrium is it's force.
“While the deer lived in fear of the wolf, the mountain lived in fear of the deer.”~ Aldo Leopoldo
Butterfly Effect ➡️ Compex System
Keeping large vegans under control is the key to nature 🙂
In reply to @Rainmaker1973
thank you for sharing. Good stuff!
Left to its own: Nature is Miraculous.
Software base code works somewhat similar to that🤔
In reply to @Rainmaker1973
"No one expected the miracle..." Probably because no one bothers to try and understand anything, content to marvel in what we know and can control.
I love this documentary so much. Habitat change is so impressive
In reply to @Rainmaker1973
A friend of mine supported this when they hiked from Denver Colorado to Durango Colorado. “Walk for the Wolves “
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Not science. Don't spread . Over gracing does not exist for wild animals.
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They are Elk inn the video not deer
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So in conclude, deer are assholes to the ecosystem ;)
Write a story that looks like this:
In reply to @Rainmaker1973
Well put! Thank you.
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By this logic these herbivores like sheep..deer.. cow.. doing more damage to the nature than carnivores...us omnivores who eat herbivores are doing good to nature
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Transfer this to capitalism principles and we will be fine
This is 1 of those stories I'll never forget. As humans try to put themselves as rulers over the world & insist we are superior, what's obvious from this is every part of the ecosystem MATTERS. W/ just the addition of 1 apex predator, the *entire region* transformed. INCREDIBLE.
Awesome! Thanks for sharing!
Just like during the pandemic 😬
In reply to @Rainmaker1973
Hardly a miracle. It's simple nature.
Balance in life is ever so important
Not easy but needed
Aggression and brutality in nature drives progress?
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Nature is so amazing; everything is connected. Thank you for posting.
Beauty is nature & nature is the art of God… ecosystem organic #wildlife management. twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Were the number of wolves released based on such things as the rewards receipts paid out by the gov't for the earlier elimination of the wildlife so as to protect cattle etc owned by the ranchers?
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