Another tourist was injured by a wild bison in Yellowstone National Park near the iconic Old Faithful Geyser.
"According to witnesses, several people crowded a bison lying near an asphalt path, the park said," CNN reports. "The unidentified man approached the animal while taking pictures, the park said, and the animal came at him. The visitor was taken by ambulance to a hospital; his injuries weren't considered life-threatening."
The 62-year-old Australian man was reportedly tossed into the air several times by the animal.
As previously reported, a 16-year-old Taiwanese exchange student was gored by a bison while posing for a photo on May 15. Her injuries were serious, but non-life threatening.