If you happen to drive through Yellowstone National Park at any point in your life, you need to know there is a certain lane designated to you by the bison. For them, it's the middle of the road. For you, it's the shoulder as one recent driver through the park found out.
If you visit Yellowstone National Park now, you'll find feeding bears solidly in the "don't" column. But, there was an era many years ago when people were not only allowed to feed bears in Yellowstone, the practice was sort of encouraged.
Most of us that live in Wyoming have been to Yellowstone at some point or another. It's almost impossible to go to the park and not see a bison, but have you ever had one charge straight at you? That's what one visitor just shared a video of.
I had completely forgotten about this hilarious moment. It's only funny because no one was injured, but a video of a Yellowstone elk scaring a man into a corral area has gone viral again and it's worth reliving.
If you look hard enough, there's a very hungry grizzly in this video. Spoiler alert: it's not that hard to find him at all eventually. Another spoiler alert: no elk were harmed in the making of this video.
It's no secret that the Yellowstone wolf packs hunt. It's just not often that we get to witness it, but that's exactly what's happened here. The Wapiti wolf pack was just spotted chasing a herd of bison.