Another day, another idiot tourist believes Montana is a giant petting zoo for them to enjoy. Will it ever end?

It's that time of the year when tourists are flooding into Montana to check out Yellowstone National Park. Families, couples, and outdoor enthusiasts come to hike, camp, or sightsee America's Oldest National Park.

Yellowstone has everything you would want in a national park. There are beautiful views, gorgeous attractions, and roaming wildlife.

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The one thing visitors at Yellowstone can't seem to figure out is why the wildlife in the park isn't friendly.

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We have seen these incidents yearly. Tourists try to pet bison, elk, deer, or, in some cases, bears. They think Montana is a petting zoo at their disposal and don't realize these encounters can end deadly.

Some tourists will file complaints online or where they stay in Yellowstone.

Destination Yellowstone via Facebook
Destination Yellowstone via Facebook

Here's a new one you need to hear about.

Unofficial Networks reported a complaint at the Yellowstone Lodge by a tourist, and we can't figure out if the complaint is sarcastic or legitimate.

Here's what the tourist wrote down,

Our visit was wonderful but we never saw any bears. Please train your bears to be where guests can see them. This was an expensive trip to not see any bears.

We are dumbfounded. This complaint can't be serious.

If you don't know, you should stay at least 25 yards away from wildlife like deer, bison, and elk and 100 yards away from wolves and bears.

Photo by Becca via Unsplash
Photo by Becca via Unsplash

Why? These animals will hurt you or kill you. Bears are cuddly creatures that need belly scratches. They are deadly creatures that will rearrange your face.

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