Caring mother: a bear carried a cub afraid of water across the river

An interesting situation occurred with brown bears in Clark National Park in Alaska. It was witnessed by Australian photographer Rene Doyle.

The fact is that the little bear flatly refused to wade through the shallow water, being afraid of the water.

Then the mother bear allowed the baby to climb on her back and so transported him to the other side of the river.

These photos perfectly convey an unforgettable atmosphere of tenderness, care, and love between a mother and her children

The second kid coped with the transition quite independently

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