Wildlife frequently offers some incredibly tender sightings, despite the fact that for the majority of people it is only fierce and dangerous. And it is truly amazing to see these two bear cubs holding hands. Lewis Kemper, a wildlife photographer, was fortunate to be in the right place at the right time to take some amazing pictures.
The adorable scene was spotted by the 62-year-old California-based photographer while he was in Lake Clark National Park. Two cubs were watching their mother try to get their dinner while they were holding hands. Earlier this month, Lewis was leading a photography tour around Lake Clark in Alaska when he noticed a female and her two cubs waiting for her to return with food. Since the bears in the area are accustomed to seeing humans, I was only about 20 feet away from the two cubs.
They were waiting impatiently for some fish at the dinner, but their mother returned without any. The photographer noted that the two bears “held hands for about 20 seconds.” They had hoped that their mother would bring them dinner, but she had returned without any fish. Wildlife specialists estimate that bears only succeed in hunting 10% of the time.
Even though the majority of bears enjoy eating fish, plants make up the majority of their diet. Although bears enjoy eating fish, Lewis continued, “the majority of them are omnivores and primarily eat plants, including a lot of grass.”
The two cubs are not the only animals that were photographed holding hands with one another, though. Two penguins were seen holding flippers on a South African beach a few years ago by a couple. The sweet encounter at the time quickly gained popularity on social media and captured the hearts of millions. Look at this!
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