Sometimes the best option for people is to stay away from animals. The person we are about to tell you about will definitely agree with us after visiting Yellowstone National Park.
Everyone is waiting for summer to come, especially children because this is the ideal time to discover new things and spend a lot of time with parents.Recently, however, one man had a very dangerous experience with wildlife and learned
that encountering a bison can never be a good idea.The bison had crossed the road, making it very difficult to drive, so Raymond Reinke, 55, of Pendleton, Oregon, got out of his car and started yelling at the animal.But the wild animal was
not going to tolerate him for long and at that moment the bison attacked the man in front of all the people waiting in the cars there.Soon the man was arrested.It was a great example and life lesson for people in national parks to stay in their
cars because the wild animals are free to do whatever they want and go wherever they want.Yellowstone’s website even warns that “Yellowstone’s animals are wild and unpredictable, however calm they may seem.
The safest view for watching wildlife is from inside a car.Always stay at least 100 yards from bears and wolves, and at least 25 yards from all other animals and bison and elk.”