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The Yukon is larger than life... This Canadian territory covers a total of 482 443 km2 (about the size of Spain) has 35 862 inhabitants, or 0.08 hab./km2. Three-quarters of them live in Whitehorse, Yukon capital.

The rest of the territory, an untamed and beautifully preserved nature, is home to a wildlife population larger than its humans.

Welcome to one of the wildest places on earth where eagles and grizzlies are kings.