A natural swimming hole in Yellowstone known as the 'bear bathtub' is a busy place for bruins in the famous park. Take a little dip with the bears of Yellowstone.
Camera traps placed by National Geographic have captured the fun and frivolity of wildlife in Yellowstone Park, particularly bears.
Here's the answer to a time honored question about bruins in the natural world: do bears bathe in the woods? Click on the video and find out!
In the video it says that "the footage revealed new insights into bear behavior" Now such things as blowing bubbles, scratching their ears, and shaking like a dog aren't limited to, well, dogs.
It's amazing to see wild animals like bears act like kids around the water. Remember, just because they look cute and cuddly they are still wild. Keep your distance in Yellowstone and other places where bears are present, and always obey all posted warnings.
Big thanks to National Geographic for sharing their amazing look inside the world of bears!