A convention of bison
Bison are pragmatic, strong shouldered individuals who excel in the art of compromise. They are resourceful and dedicated to the pursuit of success.
As is typical of a herbivorous personality, the bison is a resourceful, determined individual with a strongly conservative bent. Not one to rock the boat, it avoids drawing attention to itself while it quietly goes about it business.
Bison are Smarter than They Look
The stoic bison is deceptively intelligent, although most of the time its mental processing is done behind the scenes. Bison allow situations to unfold as they must without feeling the need to change the flow of events, all the while watching thoughtfully behind an implacable exterior.
As a migratory animal, bison love to travel and do so in large, organized groups. They are often seen in popular vacation spots, herding around local landmarks before stampeding off to the next predictable tourist trap.
Bison Personalities are not Overburdened by Beauty
No one would ever accuse bison of being handsome; they have plain, placid faces that are difficult to remember, and their staid temperaments complement their looks. Although their large frames can handle any physical confrontation, they would never go looking for trouble.
Conservative and fearful of change, bison steer clear of radical ideas that might engender a shift in the social order. Righteous indignation is a hallmark of a bison temperament, and they are determined to maintain their status in the workplace hierarchy.
By keeping a low profile, the bison's reputation as a methodical plodder often elicits unkind remarks from jealous associates. As a consequence of this backbiting, their implacable expressions sometimes mask a deep seated inferiority complex.
Bison in the Wild
Some fifty million bison once roamed the North American plains, but as recently as 1890 fewer than six hundred individuals remained. The near extinction of the bison is attributable to their wholesale slaughter by European settlers satisfying the demand for meat and hides. The disappearance of the bison also triggered numerous Indian wars as the food supply of the Native Americans dwindled. Unlike other bovine species, the bison social structure does not support a harem master who monopolizes sexual activities. Although there is some fighting among males for mates, peaceful coexistence is the order of the day.