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A man looks at a small herd of bison with calves near the side of the road in Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA. Bison number about 5,500 in Yellowstone as of August 2016, according to the National Park Service. They are descended from a small group of 23 individuals that survived mass killings of bison in the 1800s. Most people experience the park from their car. At an evening ranger program in Grant Village in July 2017, a park ranger stated that only 1 percent of park visitors hike in the park.
A man looks at a small herd of bison with calves near the side of the road in Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA. Bison number about 5,500 in Yellowstone as of August 2016, according to the National Park Service. They are descended from a small group of 23 individuals that survived mass killings of bison in the 1800s. Most people experience the park from their car. At an evening ranger program in Grant Village in July 2017, a park ranger stated that only 1 percent of park...
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