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    Billings, Montana (AP)

    Only one bison has been shot by a hunter after wandering out of Yellowstone National Park this winter, park officials said.

    Yellowstone spokesman Al Nash says the park’s 3,000 bison are staying within park boundaries so far, despite the snow and cold.

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    I thought that Bison were a protected species.
    I mean, I know some are raised on ranches, and their meat is sold commercially in some places, but I thought that it was illegal to kill a wild buffalo unless it's a matter of life and death.
    I'm not responsible for my actions, I just do what the voices tell me to do.


    • #3
      Bodica, can I ask where you're from, cuz these slaughters have been big news over the past few years?

      Anyway, yeah, since they slaughtered big time last year, there's not going to be any to migrate out. The only good thing to come out of it is that some buffalo that they have quarantined will be able to move down to this rez with the N. Arapaho's project.

      It's still a travesty that this last remaining genetically pure bison herd is being dessimated. is what it is...


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