Tuesday, January 2, 2024

bat ya he was white .........


Listen i like wild  animals like anyone else ......but the word  wild  ......deems it unecesary to wanna get on it's back and  go giddy up......especially a bison  ......man a fucking bison ....not a horse/ pony /cattle.........nope  approx 1200 lbs of raw wild  animal.......it has to be  a white  guy ........always a white  guy.....black guys know better they just wanna ride a  stripper aya  pole club......but white  guys are drawn to wild animals for some  ancestral .....genetic malfunction in their genes .......black guys do not have that.......white men  wanna play with bears ........ especially russians ......it has to be  alcohol ........or   just fucking  idiots ......however  ......i hope he  learned a  lesson ....probably not .......i fucking ahte tourists or even being a tourist annoying as fuck .....obviously these cunts  don't...........

Yellowstone tourist learns that trying to ride bison really isn't a good idea

 Bison in field in fall.
Bison in field in fall.

All visitors to Yellowstone National Park are warned to give the animals plenty of space, but sometimes that advice goes in one ear and out the other, as one tourist recently demonstrated. Ignoring official advice not to pet the fluffy cows, the man approached a particularly large bison and asked if he could stroke its fur. Excited, he then asked whether he could ride it before being startled back by the animal's bristling reaction.

A video of the close call (which you can see below) was shared this week via infamous Instagram account TouronsOfYellowstone, which highlights bad behavior at US National Parks, often involving wildlife. Other encounters have included a man tearing off his shirt and chasing bearsa woman burning herself dabbling her fingers in a hot spring, and a person strolling barefoot on Grand Prismatic.

This particular encounter ended peacefully, but not everyone is so lucky. Bison are responsible for more injuries at Yellowstone National Park than any other animal according to the National Park Service, and although they may seem calm at first, their mood can change in an instant. Last summer, two people were injured by bison at US National Parks within the space of a week.

Bison safety

According to a 2019 study by Utah State University, bison injured 56 people and killed two at Yellowstone between 1978 and 1992, and injured a further 25 people between 2000 and 2015. Of those, 10 were thrown into the air, nine were headbutted, and six were gored. Almost half required hospitalization as a result.

Park visitors are advised to stay at least 25 yards (23 meters) away from bison at all times, and remember that the safest place to view wildlife is from your car. Never approach a bison, and be alert for changes in behavior such as animals raising their tails, pawing the ground, and vocalizing, all of which are signs that they are disturbed by your presence and may charge.

For more advice, see our guides how to avoid being gored by a bison and wildlife safety: eight tips for unexpected encounters.

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