Yellowstone National Park has seen a rise in people getting injured by bison lately, and attempts to take selfies may be to blame for at least some of these injuries, according to a new report.
Hidden away under frozen ground for nearly 10,000 years, one extremely well-preserved creature is finally ready to give up its secrets.
Native American tribes have signed a new treaty to bring back buffalo herds and the prairies they once roamed, and in the process, restore traditional culture.
Buffalo are large bovines that live in Africa and Asia. They are related to American bison, but they are different animals.
Bison went extinct in Europe nearly 100 years ago, but conservationists are taking small steps to bring the animals back into the wild.
This wallpaper shows Badlands National Park in South Dakota, which contains the world’s richest Oligocene epoch fossil beds.
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