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Man pleads guilty to disturbing Yellowstone bison calf that later had to be killed by rangers

  • A man from Hawaii pleaded guilty to intentionally disturbing wildlife in Yellowstone National Park by picking up a bison calf.
  • The man was fined $500 and ordered to make a $500 payment to a wildlife protection fund.
  • The calf was killed by park staff because it was abandoned by the herd and was approaching people and cars on the road. Park regulations require people to stay at least 25 yards away from most wildlife for their own safety and the animals'.
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