For those who find movies such as "The Grey" to be off-putting for any number of reasons including how it thoroughly misrepresents wolves, this short video is a much-needed antidote. I use the word "antidote" because of its traditional meaning as a substance that counteracts a form of poisoning. Movies that misrepresent other animals are bad for them and bad for us. They really are poison. 

Sit back and enjoy this video and music. Do animals love one another? Indeed they do. 

Note: To see examples of some of careerbuilder.com's work portrayal of animals please click here and here

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