Bison Unbothered by Geyser Erupting at Yellowstone National Park

Visitors to Yellowstone National Park were treated to a spectacular view on July 11, when a bison walked in front of Old Faithful as it erupted.

Chris Fabregas, who captured this footage, told Storyful his group had waited for around 90 minutes for the iconic geyser to erupt. When it finally did, the bison casually strolled in front of the geothermal feature.

“The crowd was in awe,” Fabregas said.

The National Park Service estimates there are around 5,450 bison in Yellowstone Park.

The park service says that Yellowstone is “the only place in the United States where bison have lived continuously since prehistoric times.” Credit: Chris Fabregas via Storyful

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