Video taken inside Yellowstone National Park shows a person taunting a wild bison that was attempting to mind its own business along a busy roadway.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, 59-year-old Kim Hancock was gored by a bison at Yellowstone not two months ago, after she got within 10 yards (9.1 meters) of the animal. "The man did not appear to be injured and we are unsure of what happened to him after as we moved forward with traffic", Jones said. "Oh God, I can't watch", someone can be heard on the video saying. That video has been viewed more than a million times.
Glacier National Park rangers arrested Raymond Reinke after police were called to stop a disturbance at a local hotel dining room. "Harassing wildlife is illegal in any national park", Yellowstone National Park Supt. Rangers said Reinke, who wasn't wearing a seatbelt, was intoxicated and argumentative. He was released on bond the following day and traveled to Yellowstone National Park. The bison charges him a couple times before the video ends.
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Rangers then stopped a vehicle on July 31 in Yellowstone for a traffic violation in which Reinke was a passenger. "Approaching on foot within 100 yards of bears or wolves, or within 25 yards of other wildlife is prohibited". These distances safeguard both visitors and the remarkable experience of sharing a landscape with thousands of freely-roaming animals.
"People who ignore these rules are risking their lives and threatening the park experience for everyone else", said park superintendent Dan Wenk.
The park is holding 89 bison in quarantine corrals to certify they are free of the disease brucellosis before they can be transferred to the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.