Even North America’s most impressive mammals have to start small. Case in point: the baby bison that roam around South Dakota’s Custer State Park, home to one of the largest bison herds in the world with over 1,300 animals in its 71,000 acres.
The herd births several calves each year, and this past week saw the first one of 2019 greet the world, a cinnamon-furred calf that’s the park’s youngest attraction. It’s already doing well, grazing around the tall grasses with its mother, doing typical bison stuff as it gets its legs under it. You can check out all its adorable antics in this video.