Dashcam captures a moose ramming into a moving car as it tries to outrun a wolf in Yellowstone National Park

It never gets boring Yellowstone National Park.

or yellowstone the show, but that’s another story…

Stretching across Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, Yellowstone National Park is home to some of the most incredible wildlife you can find anywhere in the United States. We’re talking bears, wolves, moose, deer, bison, pronghorn, as well as loads of fish, birds, and reptiles.

Established in 1872, it is the first national park in the United States and is widely recognized as the first national park in the world. However, some will argue that Bogd Khan Uul National Park is Mongolia’s oldest.

Elder or not, if it’s not on your bucket list, you need to get it on there as soon as possible. No matter when you are there, you are guaranteed to see something incredible.

Whether it’s a Bison Rusha bear chasing a moose, a pack of hunt wolves… the place is bursting with breathtaking animal experiences.

And sometimes you don’t even have to look for it.

Matt Fluke of Idaho Falls, Idaho, was looking for a picnic spot with his family when the car behind him was smoked by a moose. Boom, straight into the side of your SUV.

Of course there’s nothing special about hitting a moose with your car, almost everyone who’s heard a country song has heard a deer once or twice. But this moose didn’t just cross the road, he ran for his life.

Yes, right after it slammed into the car and knocked itself out, a black wolf emerged from the trees just seconds behind.

“I didn’t look at my dash cam video until I got back to our accommodation. Originally I thought it happened behind this car. We stopped briefly and saw the moose on the road and the wolf with him.”

Of course they stopped to watch nature take its course.

Do you want to catch a moose? Just chase it into a moving car… the chase is over.

“There was a fork very close by and many other cars stopped there. You could see it from where we were, and the car behind me stopped and then pulled out and drove down the road… it was wild.”

Indeed wild.

Yellowstone grizzly bear joins wolf pack on moose hunt and steals kill

Work smarter, not harder.

In the wild, it’s first come, first served, the fittest survives, only the fittest survive, and most critters go to extreme lengths to make sure they’re fed.

But… even in the wild there are such things as free riders, and I’m not talking about scavengers.

A particular grizzly bear in Yellowstone National Park had the brilliant idea of ​​following a pack of wolves in search of their prey. And no, the grizzly wasn’t there to make friends.

After The hillthis grizzly followed the wolf pack from Junction Butte when they were in the middle of a moose hunt in October 2021. The wolves tracked down a moose, and when they caught it, the grizzly made sure it didn’t go hungry.

It jumped in and stole the carcass and took home a nice meal.

This “rare phenomenon” is known as kleptoparasitism, where one animal steals the resources of another animal/animal pack.

The National Park Service (NPS) commented on the rare occurrence:

“This bear seems to have found that following the wolves in the morning increases his chances of encountering a high-calorie meal.”

The NPS also said wolves usually give in to bears because it jeopardizes their own safety, since they know they don’t stand much of a chance against the much larger creatures and they just wait their turn.

According to the NPS, this is a rare occurrence as it takes a lot of energy for the bear to follow a wolf pack, but can be very rewarding as a moose carcass is high in protein and fat, which is vital for hibernation.

“On the morning of October 21, 2021, visitors viewing wildlife in the northern Yellowstone mountain range were amazed to see an adult grizzly bear apparently hunting with the Junction Butte wolf pack for moose. Wolves and bears usually compete with each other for prey, so why might this be happening?

Wolves usually give way to oncoming bears. Since the hunt is dangerous and often unsuccessful, it is better for wolves to wait their turn at a carcass snatched by a bear than to continue the hunt.

From the bear’s point of view, it takes a lot of energy to follow a pack of wolves, but the reward is high when it successfully takes over a carcass. A fresh moose carcass is a wonderful source of fat and protein for a grizzly bear preparing for hibernation.

This bear seems to have found that following the wolves in the morning increases his chances of encountering a high-calorie meal.”

Have you ever worked on a group project where a fool doesn’t do any of the work but still gets a good grade? This is nature’s version of it…

A Montana man stumbles across a massive moose skull while hunting for mushrooms

Absolute UNITY.

Unfortunately, it seems like a hunter hasn’t had the experience of taking down such a majestic animal.

The cause of death appears to be unknown, but a Montana man stumbled across the remains of this old bull near Troy, Montana, while looking for mushrooms after suffering a controlled burn last spring.

Taking up this guy’s entire kitchen, you almost have to wonder how he got that thing through the front door in the first place.

“You all know I don’t care about scales or scale hunting. But a dead head of this caliber deserves credit for the great beast it was.

Montana bull. Gross: 439 inches. What a find!”

Of course, the skull is sitting on a table and it’s well behind it, giving the illusion that the rack is larger than it probably really is, but still, if the gross score is actually 439 inches (net 422), we’re looking at a bull , which is comparable to some of the greatest of all time.

Admittedly, many of the comments don’t buy the story of how it was found, and some even claim it’s photoshopped, but it looks pretty damn big to me.

I mean look at this thing.

Hunter makes BIG mistake in classic viral video while field dressing bull elk.

“This hunter wasn’t careful when he mauled that bull moose. Always guide the blade with your fingers to push away the intestinal sac and ensure your knife tip is clear of the sac.”

However, acc Wide open spacesthere was a reason this seasoned hunter made the mistake.

It was stitched to his other hand, the same hand he wields the blade of his knife. And after dragging that bad boy up a hill for about an hour, all the gases were pooling right near the bottom of his stomach. A nick was all it took.

“About 3 days before I killed that cop, I injured my left hand and had stitches, so I’m wearing gloves. The cut was right between my left index and middle finger so I couldn’t use them for gutting like I used to.

I didn’t even know if I could shoot my bow until I drew it back, thank god for the adrenaline.”

As one YouTuber commented, “I can smell this video…”

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