Watch: Frolicking bison calves in Yellowstone is ‘cuteness overload’

A visitor at Yellowstone National Park captured adorable videos of bison calves jumping and playing around in the dirt, and the online reaction is about what you’d expect upon seeing the footage. Two people called it “cuteness overload.”

Leslie Conover shot the videos around 9 pm on Monday and posted them on the Yellowstone Geographic’s Facebook page.

She combined the videos into one and posted it on Storyful.

Many people on Facebook thanked Conover for sharing the footage and/or commented about it being precious or cute or adorable. Here is a sampling of the comments:

“I laughed out loud watching these marvelous videos. Definitely a game of King-of-the-Dust Pit. Thank You for sharing these great videos.”

“Cuteness overload. Precious. Worth the trip.”

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“These are wonderful videos! Kids will be kids. I’m so glad you shared these!”

“That is so adorable! We saw them last week laying in the sun, but this is precious!”

“Love this!! It’s nature’s little ones at their best! Nice video capture.”

“Cuteness overload!! Thank you for sharing these videos!!”

“Omg the hopping! love this.”

“This is a treat to watch.”

“They are so adorable! Thank you.”

“Absolutely precious!”

“They are so cute!!!”

Indeed, all of the above!

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