BISON


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Bison in Yellowstone today, as a result of sustained conservation efforts.
Park officials said several people crowded the bison as it lay on the grass near pavement not far from the famous Old Faithful Geyser.
And People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals naturally issued a statement saying the bison must have been terrified.
Musk ox were reintroduced in the 1970s, and the last hole we had in our ecosystem--the missing piece--was shaped like a wood bison.
Critique: Each palate pleasing, appetite satisfying bison meat recipe is thoroughly 'kitchen cook friendly'.
Coase (1974) showed that a lighthouse is not the best example of a public good, and Steven Cheung (1973) explained that bees, in most cases, do not provide an unpriced externality, we also need to rethink how we present the overexploitation of open-access resources and its applicability to bison.
Archaeologists report findings from one of the bison bone sites in Wyoming, where a bison trap was operated about 10,000 years ago by a Paleo-Indian group whose apparent cultural affiliations were the Hell Gap complex.
They grew up on the farm with bison and they hardly bat an eyelid when they see them.
The decline of the bison herds is told according to a one-sided historical worldview, but not the truth.
Although Organic Gingerbread Ale is not a new seasonal for Bison, this year's recipe is a tinge different.
To some Native American tribes, a white bison is a symbol of the Ptesan Wi (White Buffalo Calf Maiden).
The zoo and Colorado State University announced that the surrogate bison gave birth to a healthy male calf at the zoo on June 20.