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SCIENCE: Nature (PBS, 8 p.m. ET/PT) Welcome to the latest chapter in the life of Cloud. Cited by NBC’s Today Show as the “most famous wild horse in the world,” the white stallion’s life has been regularly documented since his birth in the wild was recorded by filmmaker Ginger Kathrens in a 1995 episode of Nature. Tonight’s episode takes viewers back to the majestic Arrowhead mountains of Montana, where Cloud’s son, Bolder, has been nurtured by a gentle older stallion called Shaman, a rival band stallion. The film also shows how Cloud and his horsey brethren are dealing with the ongoing efforts of the federal government to curb the stallion population in the region.
SCIENCE: Nature (PBS, 8 p.m. ET/PT) Welcome to the latest chapter in the life of Cloud. Cited by NBC’s Today Show as the “most famous wild horse in the world,” the white stallion’s life has been regularly documented since his birth in the wild was recorded by filmmaker Ginger Kathrens in a 1995 episode of Nature. Tonight’s episode takes viewers back to the majestic Arrowhead mountains of Montana, where Cloud’s son, Bolder, has been nurtured by a gentle older stallion called Shaman, a rival band stallion. The film also shows how Cloud and his horsey brethren are dealing with the ongoing efforts of the federal government to curb the stallion population in the region.

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