A different video, of a wolf taking down a sheep, was taken on the same stretch of road this spring. The highway does create an unnatural situation that benefits the wolves. The sheep come down for the minerals (salt) on the road and the fresh growth in the ditches. The wolves have a much easier time catching them as compared to the cliffy terrain not far from the road.
"That's insane video. Once-in-a-few-lifetimes. Amazing how fast he broke the neck."
He didn't break it's neck. It was out of gas and he knocked it down into the ditch where it was so exhausted it couldn't get up. When he finally got it up to the top you can see the sheep up on it's feet struggling in the bushes and that wouldn't happen if it had a broken neck!
Ya what an experience. Agree though there was no neck broken. As they crest the hill the sheep lifts its head, and then when the wolf grabs it by the neck it is on its feet as he drags it into the bush.