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"Yellowstone Live" By National Geographic Is On So Get Ready For 4 Days Of Cute Baby Animals

'Yellowstone Live' is this year's ambitious four days event by National Geographic. From grizzly bear cubs to baby otters, this live TV event is emphasizing new life on its second time out. 

The first "Yellowstone Live" event was held during August 2018 but the team behind the show knew they wanted to take on the ambitious live TV nature event again, and they knew exactly what this year's version needed. Baby animals. Lots and lots of baby animals. Beginning Sunday night, teams of camera crews will be broadcasting live footage of animals and natural phenomena, mixed in with pre-recorded segments to help give audiences at home some context for what they're seeing. 

We have collected some of the videos that were already broadcasted.  


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The Japanese snow monkey or the Japanese macaque is a symbol of Japanese folklore and a visit there is a must on any trip to Japan. The park was established in 1952 after WWII when the monkeys were going down from the mountain to the farm fields to eat the crops. There wasn't enough food for humans at the time so the city set up this park to attract them to the other side. Video producer John Daub of the series Only in Japan spent a day working at a Park, specifically the Takasakiyama Natural Zoological Garden on the Kyushu Island city Õita, Japan. Daub accompanied the park workers as they travelled up into the mountains and over to the hot springs where these adorable macaques congregate. Daub learns that these native primates are hungry little critters who will travel far into town for food if they miss their dinner. 

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The Symbio Wildlife Park shared this cute video with the following caption: "Our meerkats had five of the most adorable and cutest babies ever. Now just over a month of age, they are just starting to venture out of the nest box and explore the outside world". Awww! 



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This hilarious short film directed by James Rautmann and written by Phil Jones and Kristin Kelly proves There's a little dog in all of us.  


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Distracted, Hipster, Poop Police— which one are you? Dog lover and comedian Cara Connors does a spot-on impersonation of every type of person you meet at a dog park. Hilarious!


This poor pup REALLY didn't want to leave. Was a ruff day: http://www.9news.com.au/national/2017/08/07/17/44/cranky-dog-plays-dead-for-almost-a-minute-in-front-of-crowd?ocid=Social-9NewsGC Vid: Kristen Bohlsen. #9News | http://9News.com.au

Posted by 9 News Gold Coast on Sunday, August 6, 2017
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This Australian dog sure knows how to make a point. 


one of the smallest lambs in the world was just born at a park in the uk
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Ouessant Sheep are one of the world's smallest breeds and the babies are very tiny. Paradise Park in Hayle, Cornwall, UK recently added a new Ouessant lamb to their Fun Farm and thanks to the internet, we can all see the little one for ourselves. Squee!