Otherwise you are just food. Grizzly kills veteran hiker in Yellowstone National Park, authorities say – The Washington Post.
And for a Grizzly, you better be armed with something large.
Authorities believe a Montana man who went missing in Yellowstone National Park on Friday was killed by a grizzly bear, according to a statement released by the National Park Service.
Sort of the same reason that I like to stay in the boat, when sailing…
Between 674 and 839 grizzly bears are thought to roam the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, according to the National Park Service.
Even the herbivores can be dangerous. (It is how they protect themselves from predators.) Second Yellowstone visitor injured in bison encounter – CNN.com.
A 62-year-old Australian man who ventured to within 3 to 5 feet of one bison was seriously injured Tuesday when the animal charged and tossed him into the air several times, park officials said in a statement.
This is the second such incident within weeks.
A 16-year-old Taiwanese exchange student was gored by a bison on May 15 while posing for a photo.
People are occasionally killed by bison in Yellowstone. By being gored.