It may be off-season for tourists in Yellowstone National Park, but the deer and the antelope still roam in this iconic 3,472 square-mile playground. Barring the geysers, here are the hottest spots in Yellowstone where you're likely to see the most powerful megafauna in the Lower 48 during the coldest time of year.
1. Grizzly Bear
The mighty griz hibernates from late December to late May, but right now, in the park's higher elevations, the bears are foraging for roots, whitebark pine nuts, and small animals, building up protein stores for their winter snooze.
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