Imagine what you would do in this situation. You're a deer (I realize that's a reach) and you're being chased by a coyote. What do you do? If you're in Yellowstone National Park, you hide in a nearby bison herd which is exactly what just happened as a new video shows.
I want to be clear that this isn't how it normally works. If you have a bear enter your home, it will normally not leave and close the door. However, there is new video of what is likely the most polite bear ever who did just that when a lady requested.
When you visit national parks in Wyoming, you never know what might cross the road in front of you. For one driver today, that was a wolf pack that was crossing the road in Grand Teton National Park as their video share shows.
What would you do if those you love were facing imminent danger? Would you fight or flee? One man showed how brave he was when he came face to snout with a bear as he jumped into action and showed how bear slapping is done.
Generally speaking, it's always a good idea to keep your distance from wildlife. This is especially true of elk who this time of year are particularly feisty. One big elk in Colorado recently proved that point by challenging all of the vehicles everywhere.
There is always an uneasy peace between bears and wolves in Yellowstone National Park. That was witnessed by guests (and workers) in the park a few days ago as a grizzly and two wolves came face-to-snout in a showdown in Hayden Valley.
In defense of the driver, I'm not sure what else they could have done. However, they ended up getting too close to a bison in Yellowstone National Park and now they'll have something to explain to the insurance adjuster.