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Safety - Yellowstone National Park (U.S. National Park Service)

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If you see animals while driving, do not stop in the road or block traffic in any way. ... A wolf has never attacked someone in Yellowstone, but a few attacks have ...

Bear Inflicted Human Injuries and Fatalities in Yellowstone ...

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When backcountry hiking, you can reduce the odds of being injured by a bear ... A possible fatality supposedly occurred in 1907 when a man was attacked by a ...

Yellowstone Wildlife - Yellowstone National Park.com

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No wolf has attacked a human in Yellowstone, but a few attacks have occurred in ... Once Yellowstone wolves have become habituated to humans and if fed they ... Unlike elk, moose are solitary and can live up to 20 years in Yellowstone.

Bison attacks woman taking selfie in Yellowstone Park - CNN.com

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Jul 23, 2015 ... The animal tossed her in the air, the National Park Service said. ... Bison attacks woman who was trying to take selfie with it in Yellowstone Park ... When the light is right, hike up one of the mountains surrounding the spring ...

What to Do When a Wild Animal Attacks - The New York Times

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Jun 27, 2016 ... What to Do When a Wild Animal Attacks ... Rangers at Yellowstone National Park recommend hiking with bear spray, a pepper spray that ...

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Sep 10, 2012 ... The animal attack on a group of kids was terrifying and proves wild animals are . ... Before the Yellowstone bison charges at the group, the tourists take photos ... When wild animals attack: Exchange student gored by charging ...

Why Did a Bison Attack Tourist at Yellowstone National Park?

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Jun 3, 2015 ... An American bison attacked a man in Wyoming's Yellowstone National ... The 62- year-old Australian man was taking pictures when he came within a few ... "Bison are unpredictable, wild animals that do not like their space ...

Grizzy bears and black bears in Yellowstone National Park

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When do the Yellowstone bears hibernate and when do they wake and come out ... All kinds of animals—including wolves, elk, deer, mountain goats, bears and ... or mauling people to death, attacks rarely occur, and deaths are even chancer.

How many people get killed by bears in Yellowstone?

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Home | Wildlife | Bears | How many people get killed by bears in Yellowstone? ... When hiking, you can reduce the odds of being injured by a bear by: ... Even more recently, two more people in 2013 survived attacks by grizzlies in the park.

Bison Attacks California Tourist at Yellowstone ... - The Wildlife News

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Jul 22, 2009 ... Bison Attacks California Tourist at Yellowstone National Park .... agree with Brian – if people are that stupid to come so close to a wild animal do ...

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Bear Safety - Yellowstone National Park (U.S. National Park Service)

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There is an average of one bear attack per year in Yellowstone. In 2011 and ... Before you set out, be sure to learn what to do if you encounter a bear. Learn how  ...

Wildlife Safety Videos - Yellowstone National Park (U.S. National ...

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The animals in Yellowstone are wild and unpredictable, and may attack people who get ... This video shows what can happen when you approach too closely.

Bison selfies are a bad idea: Tourist gored in Yellowstone as ...

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Jul 23, 2015 ... Bison selfies are a bad idea: Tourist gored in Yellowstone as another ... but Yellowstone is now one of the few places where the animals still run wild. ... He was posing for a photo six feet from the animal when it attacked.