An extraordinary new video shared by an onlooker at Yellowstone National Park shows the moment a group of terrified park visitors helplessly watched as a massive bison charged a young girl who fell on the ground while fleeing.
Principal Marcellus wrote in an email to parents that the incident is being investigated, and called the behavior "unacceptable in our school system." He also said that disciplinary action is a very real possibility.
Sometimes the simplest things in life bring the most joy to people. A recent video shared to YouTube of two hummingbirds enjoying an afternoon meal in Idaho, has turned out to be the most mesmerizing part of my week so far.
The first animal that approaches the camera is a darker Grey Wolf, which gives it a sniff and a lick, and then moves on. The second grey, which enters into the picture at the three-minute mark, actually tries to devour the entire camera.
Portable furnaces and internal heating sources for the tent won't be needed after May in Idaho, as the temperatures by June will likely be too warm for such additional equiptment. So, enjoy these last six weeks or so of hot tent camping.
The operator of the RC car runs the bear out of camp on multiple occasions as snow lightly falls. It's also hilarious that small piece of plastic containing a couple of D batteries could also chase off such a powerful, and feared, animal.