En las montañas del norte de España sobreviven los últimos ejemplares de Oso Pardo cantábrico. Se estima una población de tan sólo 180 ejemplares fragmentada en 2 núcleos separados entre sí. Su supervivencia depende del intercambio genético entre ambas poblaciones.
Rodado en la primavera de 2013 en León y Asturias.
Seleccionado para WILDShorts.10º Congreso Mundial de Tierras Silvestres 2013.

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"King in the north"
Short piece about the Iberian Brown Bear. There are just around 180 individuals living in the mountains of Northern Spain. The population is fragmented in two which are separated from each other for the past 50 years. Their survival depends on the natural corridors that connect the smallest population in the east of the Cantabrian Mountains with the larger subpopulation in the west area. Filmed in spring 2013 highlights rare footage of a female with cubs.
Selected for WILDShorts Film Festival at the 10th World Wilderness Congress.
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Cinematography and edition: Nacho Ruiz y Alberto Saiz
Shot on RED Scarlet
©NaturaHD Films

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