Yellowstone National Park gets an average of over three million visitors annually. What would you do if your house got, on average, a visit from three million bears a year?
You probably wouldn’t be too happy about it. You’d probably try to shoo the bears out of your house. Be a pretty futile effort. That’s 8,200 bears a day you’d have to personally kick out of your house. Then no rest for the weary. Another 8,200 bears you gotta shoo out of your house again the next day.
Bet you’d be pretty fed up.
These bears were tired of all the humans in Yellowstone, so they chased them out of the park.
Can you blame them?
[Via The Washington Post]