NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 25, 1989
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.
(Yellowstone National Park: Roger O'Neil) Dying off of animals, such as elk and buffalo, in Yellowstone National Park featured; details given of reasons for this circumstance; scenes shown. [National park director William MOTT - comments.] [Wildlife biologist Frank SINGER - discusses inevitability of situation.] Public relations problems noted. [Park superintendent Bob BARBEE - says animals in the wilderness should be left alone.] [Park resident Ralph STATON - talks about saving animals.] Need to thin herds noted.
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