Thursday, July 23, 2015

There must be something
about a selfie opportunity that makes photographers just a little bit braver.
One woman and her daughter visiting Yellowstone National Park attempted to
take a photo with a bison and got an ugly surprise instead.   The
43-year-old from Mississippi approached the animal with her daughter, both
eventually turning their backs to it less than 10 feet away. After hearing
the bison's footsteps behind them and trying to get away, the
animal lifted the mother off of the ground and tossed her in the air.
  While she didn't obtain any serious injuries, s he is the fifth
person who has been injured after getting too close to a bison in the park
this season.   Of the other victims, one 16-year-old girl was gored while
taking a picture near Old Faithful. More good reads from T+L:
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•  Tourists Wreck 18th-Century Italian Statue Trying to Take a Selfie
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A woman was tossed into the air after attempting to take a selfie with her
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