(CNN) – A Montana TV reporter gave an unexpected lesson in social distance when a herd of bison walked toward him.
Broxton’s camera rolled, and he posted a video of the meeting on Twitter.
You don’t see the bison in the video, but Broxton’s reaction tells the story.
“Oh my God. Oh my God,”
He paused for a moment and his eyes went back and forth between the camera and the bison.
“Oh no, I can’t handle you,” he said as he stepped out of the frame. “Oh no.
Oh no. Oh no I can’t handle you. “
Broxton grabbed his camera, which is still recording, and stashed it in the trunk of his car.
He shot video of the bison when he was in a safe place – and they were huge.
The National Park Service has shared a simple chart to show how far people should stay away from wildlife and each other.
Bison has injured more people on Yellowstone than any other animal, according to park officials.