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The latest person to find out the hard way is a 43-year-old Mississippi woman who tried to take a selfie with one of the hairy beasts near a trail on Tuesday.

She and her daughter turned their backs to the bison, which was about 6 yards away, to take a photo with it, according to the National Park Service.

"They heard the bison's footsteps moving toward them and started to run, but the bison caught the mother on the right side, lifted her up and tossed her with its head," the park service said in a statement Wednesday.

Her family drove her from the site of the attack, near the Fairy Falls trailhead, to the Old Faithful Clinic in the park for treatment. She was released with minor injuries.

The woman is the fifth person injured after approaching a bison in Yellowstone so far this season -- and the third whose dangerous encounter resulted from photo-taking.

Park authorities make an effort to warn people not to get too close to animals.

"The family said they read the warnings in both the park literature and the signage, but saw other people close to the bison, so they thought it would be OK," said Colleen Rawlings, a ranger in the park's Old Faithful District. "People need to recognize that Yellowstone wildlife is wild, even though they seem docile. This woman was lucky that her injuries were not more severe."

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People are so fucking dumb about wild animals.  A few weeks ago, my gf's brother had to stop tourists from approaching a grizzly to get a selfie...

Look at that fucking thing!

A Mike Tyson uppercut circa 1985 wouldn't get that thing's attention. Phone Post 3.0

I wouldn't get near that shit. Phone Post 3.0

A wild animal acting unpredictably...go figure

PSYCHO CRUSHER

TeamRenzo - A wild animal acting unpredictably...go figure


The thing is, that IS acting predictably.  

T-Rex legs!

Mencken - 


People are so fucking dumb about wild animals.  A few weeks ago, my gf's brother had to stop tourists from approaching a grizzly to get a selfie...


He should have let them, the evolutionary tree needs trimming from time to time.

Mencken -
TeamRenzo - A wild animal acting unpredictably...go figure


The thing is, that IS acting predictably.  

The bison didn't go crazy. The bison went bison. Phone Post 3.0

Woman: I do what I want! Whatever. Whatever.

Bison: me too.

TeamRenzo - A wild animal acting unpredictably...go figure
Therea nothing unpredictable about this lol. Its what bison do. People think theyre just big cows. Nope. Phone Post 3.0

When M. Bison attacks!

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I remember visiting Yellowstone and seeing my first Bison. Man, those things look like you could hit them full speed in your car and not even phase them.

Fuck people are stupid.

Anyone up for some steak? I could really go for some steak right about now.

http://www.amazon.com/Death-Yellowstone-Accidents-Foolhardiness-National/dp/1570980217

This is a good read.

The real problem is we are too removed from nature. The stupid people get confused and draw on their experience from cartoons. Phone Post 3.0

morotetsuke - Woman: I do what I want! Whatever. Whatever.

Bison: me too.
Vu his really cracked me up Phone Post 3.0

Mencken - 
TeamRenzo - A wild animal acting unpredictably...go figure


The thing is, that IS acting predictably.  


This. I think the mindset of some people is, "oh we're just visiting them like at the zoo and they know not to hurt us". No dumbass, they're not trained animals. The stupidity behind some people and wild nature still gets me.

It's bjjkwong (SN bet)

Sub though!

I got a selfie with a wild buffalo a bunch of years back.... Stupid ass imugur won't let me up load but I'll try again Phone Post 3.0