Bison at 35 Below Zero

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Bison at 35 Below Zero
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Description: Standing and lying on the relatively warm geothermally heated ground, these bison were coping with one of Yellowstone’s typical February mornings. By holding very still or moving slowly in the cold they conserved energy which also allowed frost to accumulate all over them. They left this spot only when hunger drove them to the surrounding deep snow.

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