These massive creatures at Yellowstone Park are going to soon be reduced by quite a bit. Currently there are an estimated 5,000 bison in the national park and at least 900 of them are going to be wiped out.
Not every state has them.
The bald eagle has been the only national symbol for the past 234 years, but there's a push right now for bison to be recognized too. And it might mean more to Idaho, since we've got and abundance of them.
Besides zoos, where do we find them?