By Jonny Williams Woody bisons are among the most elusive, elusive animals in America, yet their survival and conservation are still largely unknown.
For a time in the 1800s, the species was considered extinct, but a few years later, they were reintroduced in Louisiana to help feed livestock.
Since then, they’ve become an endangered species.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries has listed them as threatened, which means that they face the greatest threat to their survival.
But despite being the most endangered American mammal, their survival is far from guaranteed.
Here’s what you need do to protect them.1.
Protect them from predators, predators that eat them, predators like caribou.
Bison are known to consume caribowakes and elk, which can leave their meat offal on the ground.
In fact, a 2010 study found that the meat of a Bison carcass contained a total of 1,826,500 bison meat particles.
These particles were so fine they were difficult to remove, leaving behind a foul odor and a toxic residue.
The researchers also discovered that caribucks were the biggest sources of meat for a Bully, which is the name for a small, feral bison that often attacks livestock.2.
Protect the meat by keeping your food scraps and bones out of the woods.
Bisons tend to eat large amounts of meat, so the best way to prevent the meat from decomposing is to separate the carcass from the bones and to not keep meat scraps in your backyard.3.
Be careful with how much meat you eat.
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, a single hamburger contains between 1,400 and 1,800 parts per million of mercury, which may cause anemia and other health issues.
For more information on Bison, see “What You Need to Know About Bison in the United States.”4.
Avoid eating any meat scraps.
A 2013 study in the Journal of Applied Ecology found that people with mercury levels of 10 nanograms per kilogram (ng/kg) per day had a 30 percent higher risk of developing thyroid cancer, a risk that’s much higher than the general population.5.
Keep your animals from getting infected.
Because Bison have a unique diet that’s rich in bacteria, including the bacterium Bacillus subtilis, they’re highly susceptible to the bactericide Bacillus thuringiensis.
But Bison also feed on a wide variety of other species, and so if you don’t keep your animals clean, you can spread the disease.6.
Make sure you don: Keep the food scraps in a sealed container.
The best way is to keep your food out of reach of dogs and other predators and keep it out of direct sunlight.7.
Don’t feed your animals meat scraps that are raw.
Raw meat is often contaminated with bacteria, which could make it difficult to separate meat from the rest of the carcasses.
In a 2014 study, researchers at the University of Kentucky and the University at Buffalo found that a sample of raw meat contained more bacteria than the entire carcass of a wild Bison.8.
Don: Never feed your livestock a raw product, like a steak or a chicken.
This may lead to infection, because bacteria are the cause of disease and can also cause disease in animals.