Montana floats bison relocation plan

Officials act after many hungry bison leave Yellowstone National Park in search of food.

    Hundreds of hungry bison are leaving Yellowstone National Park in the US Rocky Mountains in search of food.

    Livestock authorities in Montana are concerned about the migration as they want to keep the animals penned up in the park to prevent the potential spread of disease.

    But as Cath Turner reports, conservationists and Native Americans have another solution.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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