Dangerous Encounter: Video Shows Risky Moose Approach in US National Park

A man shares a video of his wife dangerously approaching a bull moose in a US National Park, ignoring safety warnings.

He records the incident as proof of potential bodily harm, using it as an example of what not to do in such situations.

The video is shared on Instagram via "TouronsOfNationalParks," exposing reckless behavior in natural beauty spots worldwide.

Other risky behaviors on the account include a woman taking her child near a cliff, a man meddling with a mother bear and cubs, and a tourist ignoring safety barriers at Yosemite Falls.

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This video likely takes place at Yellowstone or Grand Teton National Park, home to about 800 moose. It highlights the importance of respecting these powerful animals.

The National Park Service advises visitors in Grand Teton to keep a safe distance from wildlife, such as maintaining 100 yards from bears and wolves and 25 yards from other animals like moose and elk.