In today's world, it seems like everyone is a photographer. With the rise of social media, people are constantly trying to one-up each other with the most impressive photos. This has led to some dangerous trends, like taking selfies with wild animals.
With all the ridiculousness that tourists display each day inside the park by egging on these animals or trying to take selfies with them, it's no wonder the creatures are agitated. Tourists act more like paparazzi than people interested in getting immersed in the beauty of the park.
On average, Yellowstone National park has about one million more visitors annually than Yosemite National Park. So, does this mean that it might soon require a reservation to simply pass through the gates of Yellowstone?
In what might be the final Yellowstone National Park touron video of April, a visitor can be seen walking up to within just a few feet of a massive bison. As one would expect, the animal didn't appreciate it and responded accordingly.