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Published on Aug 31, 2016
This week Bertie Gregory is getting wet. Steller sea lions are one of the largest predators in the waters of Vancouver Island and today, Bertie is getting up close and personal with them. On land, sea lions are big and clumsy looking, but in the water, they lengthen out and come alive. They need to be agile—the big males need to catch more than a hundred pounds of fish a day just to survive. The question is, How will these big bulls react when Bertie puts on a wet suit? ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe ➡ Watch all clips of wild_life with Bertie Gregory here: http://bit.ly/WatchWildLifeWithBertie... ➡ Get More Wild_life with Bertie Gregory: http://bit.ly/WildLifeBertieGregory ➡ Watch new episodes of the wild_life series every Wednesday ➡ Follow Bertie's Adventures here: http://bit.ly/NGWILDBertieGregoryInst...
About wild_life with Bertie Gregory: In Nat Geo WILD’s first digital series, wildlife filmmaker and National Geographic Young Explorer grantee, Bertie Gregory journeys to the Pacific Northwest in search of the elusive coastal wolves that inhabit one of the last places on the planet where a wild forest meets a wild ocean.
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