On Thursday night, rangers at Glacier National Park apprehended a suspect: Raymond Reinke, 55, of Pendleton, Ore.
The bison first tried to just ignore the person. The incident happened as the bison was crossing a road in the park Tuesday. When it crossed the boardwalk, the bison became agitated and charged the crowd, goring Hancock. The video was posted by bystander Lindsey Jones on Wednesday, and has since been viewed more than 4 million times. This time, the bison charges a bit faster and with his horns down - ready to strike.
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The bison was not going to back down.
The encounter, captured in a video that has gone viral since being posted online midweek, showed the man later identified by authorities as Reinke gesticulating as he ran toward a bull bison whose crossing had stopped traffic on a park roadway. The National Park Service advises that individuals should always remain at least 100 yards (about 90 meters) from bears or wolves and at least 25 yards (20 metres) away from all other wildlife. He again appeared to be intoxicated and was cited for not wearing a seatbelt. He was arrested July 28 at Grand Teton National Park after rangers suspected him of drunk and disorderly conduct. The Yellowstone National Park in the U.S. state of Wyoming has been preserving this animal for a long time, and they keep warning the visitors to stay away and enjoy the sight of this remarkable animals.
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