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Giant bison seen licking salt off family's car

Posted at 8:46 PM, Nov 12, 2019

A family in Alberta returned to their car on Monday to find a giant bison licking the road salt off of their car.

"As we watched, the owners of the car returned from their hike, and were trying to figure out how to get in the car very respectfully," said the unidentified videographer.

In the video, it appears the driver got into the car by going through the passenger-side door. The driver slowly pulled away, seemingly leaving the bison disappointed.

The bison's horns left a number of large scratches on the car.