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Featuring expert filmmaking at three spectacular locations: Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming), Denali National Park (Alaska), and Kluane National Park (Yukon Territory), this two-part documentary illustrates how the play of young animals manifests itself in adult behaviors, looking at two distinct groups: "Grazers" in Part 1; "Predators" in Part 2. All free-range animals were filmed in their natural environments. "Predators" depicts young coyotes, wolf, grizzly bear, black bear and otter. Here we discover, young predators on the other hand must learn similar things as grazing animals, but also how to kill for their food.