In Custer, South Dakota, a woman who had been a passenger on a motorcycle miraculously survived an attack by a angry mother bison in the Black Hills according to a report by Custer County Sheriff’s Office.
According to the Custer County Chronicle, a 54-year-old woman from Iowa escaped serious injury in the incident. According to witnesses, the woman climbed off the motorcycle where she was a passenger and tried to approach a buffalo calf when its mother charged the woman catching her belt and jeans on its horns and swung her violently around.
The woman was saved because her pants came off and she fell to the ground unconscious. The bison then ran off and caught up with the rest of the herd.
We would like to remind everyone to not pet the fluffy cows – also known as Bison/Buffalo. We have had calls about the fluffy cows blocking the road occasionally – some people are also getting too close.
Remember this is their park and we are the guests….please give them a break and keep your distance.
Bison mating season is still going on in the park. Male bison are particularly aggressive right now, though all bison and other wildlife can be dangerous. Remember to always keep your distance—25 yards from bison and elk; 100 yards from all other wildlife.#Yellowstone #NationalPark #WhatWildlifeDoWednesday #Bison
Posted by Yellowstone National Park on Monday, August 10, 2020
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