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Snowmobilers at Yellowstone National Park in Montana came face to face with a 2,000-pound bison who was just a little ticked off. It charged a couple times at the snowmobilers, but ultimately they were able to squeeze by untouched.

Meanwhile, in Quebec, a snowboarder looked to his left and found himself in somewhat of a race with a moose. Who knew moose could even run that fast?!

via ViralHog

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