Well, this is a heartwarming video for your Friday.
Over the years, we’ve seen a number of bozo tourists at Yellowstone National Park try to mess with the wildlife, and pay the price for it.
Hell, some have even landed jail time because of it.
However, there’s still the majority of tourists who respect the majestic creatures who roam the near 3,500 miles of land within the pristine national park.
And here’s a perfect example of one of those creatures and tourists co-existing in the best kind of way.
There were more than 5,000 bison that roam Yellowstone National Park, but up to 900 of them have been culled since March in an effort to keep the population low.
Bison are known to be standoffish at times when they feel threatened, and most normal-brained people try to keep their distance if encountering one.
This, however, is a rare instance where a friendly bison at Yellowstone walked right up to a group of tourists sitting in their car, and began to give the whole vehicle a “car wash,” so to speak, before walking away as onlookers grab a video.