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Keep Your Distance: Bison Attack People Who Get Too Close

If you don’t want to be the victim of a bison attack, learn what not to do from these Yellowstone visitors who learned the hard way.

The National Park Service recommends that visitors stay at least 25 yards away from wildlife (100 yards away from bears,) but these Yellowstone visitors just had to push the envelope. The result? a series of bison attacks.

Watch the video to see what happens when bison attack.

This bison attack collection shows just how ornery these gigantic critters can be when provoked. Park visitors need to keep in mind that, while they are habituated to the presence of humans in the park, these bison are still wild animals and should be treated with a high level of respect.

If you are planning a trip to Yellowstone, learn from these visitors’ mistakes and avoid being on the receiving end of a bison attack.

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Keep Your Distance: Bison Attack People Who Get Too Close