Bison and the WWF

Bison and the WWF

A bison herd is relocated where there ancestors once roamed. The effort is to restore bison to their original habitat


3 - 12+


Biology, Ecology, Geography, Human Geography

Wild Chronicles heads to North America, where bison are on the verge of genetic extinction.

Most remaining bison herds have been genetically enhanced with cattle genes, and there may be only one healthy, purebred herd left in the world. But conservationists from World Wildlife Fund have a plan to save the last of the purebreds and bring the greatest symbol of the West back to the plains.

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National Geographic Society
Jeannie Evers, Emdash Editing, Emdash Editing
National Geographic Society
Last Updated

September 27, 2022

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