Speed Goats in Court: The Strange Case of the Appealing Pronghorn
Premiered September 14, 2005 Although able to run as fast as the wind, the Yellowstone pronghorn may not be able to outpace regional extinction. Investigate the decline of this animal population and learn about ongoing research, natural threats, and past and present management activities in Yellowstone National Park. Animations and illustrations bring this program to life, while video clips show the park’s pronghorn in action.
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Trip Background Two attorneys debate if the population of pronghorn in Yellowstone National Park is really in danger of extinction. Testimony regarding the pronghorn’s plight is given by expert witnesses.
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Funding for this trip was provided by Canon U.S.A, Inc., through the Yellowstone Park Foundation.