The safest way to watch the animals is from inside the cars!
Sometimes, you had better stay away from wild animals. This man learned this lesson at Yellowstone National Park.
Summer is the time, when all people, children and adults, want to have fun with their families and go on vacation to see new interesting things.
This man, however, had a very dangerous experience with wildlife. He learned, that it’s not the best idea to mess with a bison.
The bison was standing still on the road making the traffic busy. 55-year-old Raymond Reinke lost his patience very soon, got out of his car and started shouting at the animal. However, the wild bison didn’t like the man’s attitude and attacked the man in front of everyone.
Soon the police arrested Raymond.
This became a great lesson for all national park visitors. Always bear in mind, that at national parks, wild animals are roaming freely and people should always stay in their cars.
“The wild animals in Yellowstone, no matter how calm they look, are very dangerous and unpredictable”, the national park warns.
The safest way to watch the animals is from inside the cars.
“Make sure you stay as far as 100 yards away from bears and wolves, and at least 25 yards away from all the other animals, like bison and ell”.