Both the man and the bison go their separate ways before the video ends. In May, a woman stumbled across a bison as she came around a bend in a trail, and the startled animal head-butted her off the path.
The bison then charges the man, missing him twice.
On Thursday night, rangers at Glacier National Park apprehended a suspect: Raymond Reinke, 55, of Pendleton, Ore. The video was posted by bystander Lindsey Jones on Wednesday, and has since been viewed more than 4 million times.
A video of the bison incident was captured by Lindsey Jones of Elko, Nevada, on August 1. Not only is confronting the wildlife in Yellowstone unsafe, it is also illegal. "The bison immediately left the area", the report stated, adding that in about a month, four people were injured by wildlife at Yellowstone. "Approaching on foot within 100 yards of bears or wolves, or within 25 yards of other wildlife is prohibited".
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At least one person is gored by a bison each year at the famed park.
"People who ignore these rules are risking their lives and threatening the park experience for everyone else", said park superintendent Dan Wenk.
Rangers said park visitors should tell ranger or call 911 if they witness behavior in the park that might danger themselves or the park.
According to the National Park Service (NPS), the law requires for animals that attack people to be relocated at best, though in some cases they are put down to prevent other attacks. He was arrested July 28 at Grand Teton National Park after rangers suspected him of drunk and disorderly conduct.