Now and then we need a break from the news and the problems of our day-to-day lives with something enjoyable.

Like videos of bison attacking the vehicles of panicked tourists.

That's almost cathartic.

Below are several videos of aggressive bison in some of our nation's national parks going after and doing damage to cars, pickup trucks, and campers.

In most cases these bison are feeling aggressive because it's mating season, meaning they want to beat the crap out of something.

It's not just bison that are like that.

In the first video, above, a large bison was standing still in the middle of the road, so cars stopped in both directions with plenty of room between them and the bison.

Along comes another bison from the valley, up to the road, much closer to the car.

The larger bison then decides to walk over to the smaller (yet still large) bison.

That's when this happened.

Just think if he really put all his force into the ram.

Luckily no one was hurt, not even the bison.

The video above, also from Yellowstone, shows a bison charging a car for reasons we are not sure of.

Then he just stops in front of the vehicle and stands there.

He never rams it.

The people inside are trying not to make eye contact.

Be careful when you pass.

Try not to get too close.

This couple drove by a big fella with their window rolled down.

Maybe too close.

Big Guy headbutted their doors.

Lets end out video tour on a high note - WITH A STAMPEDE!

This herd wants to get across that bridge but those stupid humans are in the way.

I think you can guess who wins this.

Laramie Peak Wyoming Bison

Enjoy watching open-range bison, for free, with one of Wyoming's most famous mountains in the background.

Gallery Credit: Glenn Woods

A Gallery Of High Planes Wyoming Winter Bison

Special thanks to Grandpa Rich of Thermopolis Wyoming for these photos.

Each morning Grandpa drives up to check on the herd in Hot Springs County Wyoming.

As he drives around he takes photos and sends them to me.

An audience of 1 is not enough.

That's why I'm sharing them with you.

Gallery Credit: Glenn Woods

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