At first glance, it looked like the cub had a collar on, so I was thinking, "this isn't a wild bear". Is he missing hair around the back of his neck or is his fur lighter in the area? I can't tell...so cute, in any event! <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smitten.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":smitten:">
Omg i want a bear cub to attack me! lol as long as the mom or dad are long gone i'm glad he pet it if i ever got the chance i totally would, they act just like a kitty, if only they didn't have to grow up, same goes for most animals lol.
Wow. As adorable as that is, I'd be very cautious if it was in fact a wild baby bear lol... My sister inadvertently walked between a baby and mother bear once while on a trail near her friend's house (it was out in the boonies in Washington state). The mother chased her all the way back to the house which, fortunately, wasn't far.
Yeah, unbelievably cute. I wondered were mama bear was, though. It is really unwise to play with a bear like that for two reasons. 1) Mama bears are ferociously protective and 2) Bears need to be wary of humans.<br><br>
I am going to worry about that bear all day now.
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