YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — This isn't your average traffic jam! 

Yellowstone National Park is urging drivers in the park to drive 'defensively cautiously' as they enjoy their ride through the national treasure. "This park has hazards on the road you aren’t used to at home -- like 2,000-lb. bison."

When "I'm stuck in traffic" takes on a whole new meaning. 😍 The National Park Service works hard to protect Yellowstone and we need your help! The best way to start is by taking the Yellowstone...

Officials also advise tourists to stay with their car when they're stuck in a "wildlife jam' and turn of vehicles in a traffic line.

With more than 4,000 bison at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, the U.S. Department of the Interior says viewing them from inside the car is often the best and safest option. "Just remember, these wild animals are unpredictable, and much like people in traffic, it’s best to give them space."

No one likes being stick in a traffic jam, but at least this one comes with a view!