We're not so sure how to feel about this...
At Antelope Island State Park in Utah a man just barely escaped being killed when a bison charged him!
He's lucky to be alive because he wasn't able to get out of the way in time.
Yup, that means a 1,500 pound bison charged this man and rammed him up against a fence.
Geezus!!! What is up with bison and buffalo?!?!?!
A poor bison finds himself SURROUNDED by a bunch of hungry wolves, looking for their next meal.
His bison buddies storm past him, just trying to survive and leaving the poor guy to fend for himself.
But just when things couldn't get worse for the bison, a d-bag bison runs him over!
The wolves are like, "Thank You!"
The sadness of survival of the fittest…
Western lawmakers hope so!
Senators in Wyoming, Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota and even Rhode Island have all thrown their support towards the The National Bison Legacy Act - legislation that would introduce the bison as America's national mammal.
Bison are the largest land mammal in North America and were once roaming the continent in the tens of millions.
But before President Teddy Roosevelt's intervention, the population was less than 1,000. Today, it is nearly half a million.
Legislators hope that the act will raise awareness on the bison's impact on America's cultural history.
So, will the bison be right beside the bald eagle someday?
We'll find out soon enough!