Wildlife Experts Accidentally Stumble Upon Canada’s Greatest Kept Secret

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Wells Gray Park

Wells Gray Park is one of the biggest parks in Canada. Experts estimate that there are over 56 different types of mammals who inhabit the park. Needless to say, it’s a huge park, and as it turns out, some of it wasn’t explored well enough…

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In this particular mission, the wildlife group was to zero in on a group of Caribou in the park. That way, they will be able to contain them and preserve them.

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