Tourist Almost Gored Trying to Pet Bison in Yellowstone
We recently saw a video of a tourist learning this valuable lesson while visiting one of the premier national parks.
If you want to avoid a serious situation, we suggest you avoid making the same mistake. Today, we’ll look at this scene and how you can stay safe while visiting national parks in the future.
She instantly regretted her decision the second her hand touched its fur. The bison showed its disapproval by lowering its head and attempting to shove the woman out of the way.
Tourist Instantly Regrets Touching Bison
You may not realize that in some spots, the ground appears solid but is actually hot mud. You could end up knee-deep in boiling mud if you step off a boardwalk.
Makes Second Mistake Leaving Path
Yellowstone National Park is one of the most famous national parks in the United States. It has 2.2 million acres in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.
About Yellowstone National Park
Stay on Paths
Failing to do so could cause severe injuries and potentially even death. The ground may be soft, and your weight could result in you falling through.
Tips to Stay Safe
You must stay 25 yards from all animals, including bison, elk, and moose. With wolves and bears, you should keep at least 100 yards back.
Keep Your Distance from Wildlife
You’ll find geysers, hot springs, and mud pots that can cause severe damage. You should always follow the instructions on signs and stay behind barriers.
Respect Thermal Features
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