The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is home to animals that are as iconic as the park itself. This 22.6 million acres of land, comprising both Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park, hosts a variety of diverse species, each with distinct habits.
Some are docile herbivores that shy from conflict and travel in large groups; others are lone carnivores that can take down prey (park visitors included) with stealthy ease. Find out which you are with the quiz above.
This month’s issue of National Geographic magazine explores the wonders of America’s first national park. Check out the story for rarely seen photos of Yellowstone’s most well-known animals and to read more about the park's natural phenomena.