Ends TERRIBLY: Idiot taunts Yellowstone bison by banging his chest

Ends TERRIBLY: Idiot taunts Yellowstone bison by banging his chest

Ends TERRIBLY: Idiot taunts Yellowstone bison by banging his chest

- A man was caught on camera taunting a bison at Yellowstone National Park on Tuesday.

The video shows that the man was taunting a growling bison and was holding up traffic in Hayden Valley.

He walks towards the bison, makes arm movements and appears to yell at it.

The viral video of Reinke harassing a bison in the roadway is believed to have been captured after that traffic stop. "Always stay at least 25 yards away from wildlife".

Yellowstone National Park officials are now investigating, according to the station.

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The bison decided he wasn't having any of the man's nonsense and started to charge after him. In June, a California woman was gored by a bison in the park after a crowd of visitors got too close to the animal. "These distances safeguard both visitors and a remarkable experience of sharing landscape with thousands of freely roaming animals". "People who ignore these rules are risking their lives and threatening the park experience for everyone else", Wenk said in the statement.

According to the National Park Service, bison have injured more people in Yellowstone than any other animal.

Hancock, who was among a crowd of people that approached within 10 yards of the bison, was treated for a hip injury.

Past year there were five bison attacks in the park. The Yellowstone National Park in the USA state of Wyoming has been preserving this animal for a long time, and they keep warning the visitors to stay away and enjoy the sight of this remarkable animals.

"It's illegal to willfully remain near or approach wildlife, including birds, within any distance that disturbs or displaces the animal", states the NPS.

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