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Black Bear cub shows survival instinct | BBC Earth

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Hope the bear cub demonstrates her strong survival instincts as she tries to live alone in the forest. Subscribe to BBC Earth for more amazing animal videos – http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub

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Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan spends an extraordinary year with a family of wild black bears in Northern Minnesota. He follows mum Lily and her little cub, Hope, through three seasons as he experiences life with a bear family from the inside.

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Date: June 27, 2020

33 thoughts on “Black Bear cub shows survival instinct | BBC Earth

  1. This is actually disturbing. If you feel the need to help wildlife by providing food, you should try not to get your human scent on the food, and you should leave it where the animal can find it on its own. If you want to observe to make sure they are getting to the food, do it from a distance. Think of what is best for the animal to survive long term.

  2. I LOVE THAT THEY FEED THE LITTLE GIRL HOPE!!! SHE IS SO PRECIOUS!! SO SAD THAT HER MOTHER COULDNT COME BACK FOR HER AFTER THE STORM.. BUT I LOVE HOW THEY ARE GIVING HER A LEG UP TO HELP HER NOW THAT SHE IS ALONE. I DO THE SAME THING TOO ESPECIALLY IN WINTER. HELPING OUT ANIMALS WHEN ITS HARDER TO FIND FOOD OR ANYTIME THAT I GOT LEFTOVERS. EVEN WHEN I DONT I ADMIT, I WILL MAKE SOMETHING AND OUT IT OUTSIDE.. AND ALWAYS LEAVE CARROTS AND SUCH FOR THE DEERS IN WINTER.. NEVER SEEN S BEAR THOUGH. I WISH I WOULD!!!

  3. I do not encourage this kind of contact. In 6 years that bear or others like it will traverse into populated areas and the interaction won't be the same. Orphan or not that bears fate is in mother nature hand not humans.

  4. I applaud their efforts, but unfortunately the bear will grow up acclimatized to humans, will get to close, and will be designated a nuisance bear.

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