Too Cute Tuesday
These guys are looking like a couple of wet cats out of water. Catch mom showing them around the river banks when the brown bear live cam caught them on tape at the Katmai National Park. She has her ears on special alert as she shows them around their new home.
“A mother bear with small cubs may first tend to avoid other bears for the safety of her litter. But as the cubs grow, a protective mother with enough size and attitude may assert dominance over an adult male with less fight… During the active season, the mother bear will show her cubs around their home range, continuing to nurse them, feed them fish she catches, and keeping a watchful eye on them… mothers begin forcing them into independence by the time they emerge from the den in their third summer at two and a half years old.” (Read more at the National Geographic Magazine.)