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Yellowstone National Park in Winter
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Despite being North America's largest and heaviest land-dwelling mammal, Bison can reach speeds up to 35mph, and are known to run faster than a horse in a quarter mile.

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Looking east along RT89 South to Gardiner, Montana.

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Coyotes are a common, abundant predator and the consummate scavenger in Greater Yellowstone, and do their part to clean up carcasses wherever they can find them.

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Since the Gray Wolf's (Canis lupus) reintroduction in 1995, Elk has been their primary prey, thinning and altering the even-toed ungulate's herd size.

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Another snowy view off RT89 South, just a little north of Gardiner, Montana.

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A young Bighorn Sheep stops to watch us...where's his camera!

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Still another photo-op - a great view of the Gallatin National Forest off RT89, Montana.

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Animals seem not to be bothered by the decreased tourist population traversing the park in winter.

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While, the Rocky Mountain Red Fox is not as numerous as Coyotes in the park, they always seem to be available for a great photo.

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Keep your distance. This 2000 pound mammal can get aggressive when disturbed.




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