A small number of wild Bison travel over Sylvan Pass from Yellowstone National Park, to graze on the lush grasses of the North Fork of the Shoshone River, east entrance of the park. They generally number around 7-8 individual animals. When I spotted three not far from the road, I turned off on a dirt access road in order to get a better look keeping a respectful distance. Many people mistake these animals to be docile and slow but they are neither. They are unpredictable and quick to anger and with a sprint speed of 35 mph they can easily outrun a human.
Male Bison weigh up to a ton and females about 1/2 that and are the largest mammal in North America. Yellowstone National Park is the only area where Bison have continuously lived since prehistoric times. Baby Bison have been nicknamed 'Red Dogs' due to their red coloring for the first few months. Oddly enough for such a huge, bulky animal they are strong swimmers. Who'd have guessed? Bison eat primarily grasses and leafy plants for 9 - 11 hours a day. They use their massive heads to move aside snow in winter to reach the grasses below.
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