For the record I'm not a Whale Loving Tree Hugger. But I have to ask... What is it about Yellowstone that makes people loose their minds? Or at least their Common Sense? When I was there last year a woman was gored by a Bison for taking a selfie. This past week a couple of Tourist thought a Baby Bison Calf looked "cold" so they put it in the back of their SUV and drove it to a Ranger Station. Idiots! They were fined a mere $110.00 but the Calf had to be Euthanized after being rejected by it's Mother and Herd for smelling like a human. The reason it was put down was because they could not allow it to wander into Traffic while waiting to become Wolf Bait. I think the fine should be more like $10K! Then a couple of guys decide to take a walk across one of the Hot Springs. They have been known to scald a Full grown Bison to death! I get it... They are pretty awesome to look at and I have to admit that I got out of our vehicle and took pictures of them but I made sure not to get close. That's what a Zoom Lens is for. I also had a wall between me and the Bison. So what is it about Yellowstone that makes people loose their minds? Any idea?