While looking for elk in Big Sky, Montana, these guys got the shock of their lives when they caught something walking in their headlights. The creature appeared to be bipedal and had an auburn tint. One question we have about this footage is why were they filming at night in the middle of nowhere in the first place?
Some info about Big Sky:
Big Sky is located approximately midway between West Yellowstone and Bozeman on U.S. Route 191 and just 15 miles from the northwestern border of Yellowstone National Park. The population was 1,221 according to the 2000 census data.
Hunting is prohibited in Big Sky proper, but it is permitted throughout the national forests that surround the area. The vast and diverse terrain of the Lee Metcalf Wilderness Area and the Gallatin National Forest make for ideal hunting grounds. This area has an excellent native elk population and is also part of the migratory route for elk whose summer range is in Yellowstone Park and winter range is in the Madison River Valley.
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