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A 71-year-old woman attacked by a bison in Yellowstone

A 71-year-old woman was attacked by a bull bison in Yellowstone National Park and a third bison in the park this year.

A Pennsylvania woman and her daughter were returned to their car at Storm Point on Lake Yellowstone on Wednesday, accidentally approaching Bison and assaulting Bison, according to park officials. is.

The woman suffered a non-life-threatening injury and was sent to West Park Hospital in Cody, Wyoming.

Earlier this week, a 34-year-old Colorado man was walking with his family near Giant Geyser in Old Faithful, Yellowstone.Bull Bison attacked him.

On May 30, a 25-year-old woman was attacked by a bison after approaching an animal near the Black Sand Basin promenade.

PHOTO: A female bison and calf are seen near the Yellowstone River in Wyoming's Hayden Valley, June 22, 2022, in Yellowstone National Park.

In June, a woman near the Yellowstone River in Hayden Valley, Wyoming. Yellowstone National Park, 22nd 2022, where bison and calves can be seen.

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Yellowstone Relationship Those warned that people should stay in the park at least 25 yards away from bison and other large animals and provide space near campgrounds, trails and promenades.

"Bisons are generally enthusiastic about grazing, but mothers Bison have great protection for calves in the spring, and bulls attack in July and August during the ruts that scramble for women's attention. "It could be the target," Dennis Jorgensen, Bison Program Manager at the World Conservation Fund, told ABC News in a statement.

Bison is threatened when approaching, and may warn him of bobbing his head, pulling his leg, or snorting if he is too close. Officials add that people should not retain their position and should immediately flee Bison.

"Bison injured more people in Yellowstone than any other animal," the park said on its website. "Bisons are unpredictable and can run three times faster than humans."

Yellowstone National Park is a road that has been stranded and damaged by people fleeing due to severe floods. A few weeks after leaving the park and the bridge, we will resume part of the North Loop on Saturday.

"We are pleased to be able to reopen Yellowstone's North Loop to our visitors less than three weeks after this massive flood," said Park Director Camshory on Thursday. Said in a press release.