By looking at the headline, you probably wouldn't know that this is a sweet story, but it is. New video shows a mama bison teaching her baby how to properly have a dirt bath. There's an additional twist that makes this story very sentimental.
It's true that some things never seem to change at Yellowstone National Park, but a new family retro video shows that other things have. It dates back to the 1950's and shows how many tourists used to hand-feed bears.
You won't see a crazier ride to school than this. A security camera on a school bus captured the moment that a deer came crashing through the front window, land on a student and escape. Miraculously, neither deer or student suffered major injuries.
You live in our part of America and sometimes you get to experience magical things. That's exactly what happened to one driver who just happened to come upon a group of young wolves who were practicing their howling skills.
If you visit Yellowstone National Park, you are guaranteed to see nature in action. Sometimes you see even more nature than you anticipated. That was the case when a tour group in Yellowstone recently captured video of a wolf chewing on a very large bison bone.
If you visit Yellowstone National Park now, you'll find feeding bears solidly in the "don't" column. But, there was an era many years ago when people were not only allowed to feed bears in Yellowstone, the practice was sort of encouraged.