Training Wolves

In Montana, biologists are trying to train wild wolves not to attack cattle. If the experiment works, it might help ease the century-old conflict between ranchers and wolves. But it also raises some ethical questions about interfering with the natural behavior of wild animals. From Montana's Gallatin Valley, Kathy Witkowsky reports.

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