Wolf Tale: Legend of the Caribou
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SUMMER: Mother Wolf tells her cubs a bedtime story about the truth of power and size. The cubs learn about animals and the world to the North in the Barrens, about how too many living in one place can destroy the land. (Inspired by the annual migration of the Porcupine Caribou herds) From the series STORIES FROM THE SEVENTH FIRE. Animated legends from Canada’s First Nations.
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