Albino Brown Bear Spotted In The Wild

Published June 6, 2019 2,247 Plays

Rumble / Wild WildlifeEver since we were little kids, we loved bears. Every single kid had a stuffed teddy bear, toys bears, and we loved to sleep with them or just carry the bear everywhere with us. However, growing up we've learned that bears are not so cute and fluffy as we thought they are, or sweet like Winnie the Pooh, but they still remained really fascinating and exciting animals, and we believe there is so much to learn about them.

There are eight living species all around the world, and we are familiar with almost all of them, but this bear in this video is something you have never seen before. It's a unique white or an albino bear that was caught on camera in Canada. Take a look this cute little white cub!

An incredibly rare 'white' bear has been caught on camera by a photographer in Canada - walking alongside his brown mum. The footage, taken in southern Alberta, shows the bear, with white fur, walking with its family, who are all brown. It's thought the cub is still young, possibly born in the winter just gone, and the exact location has been omitted to "protect the bear." "White bears are uncommon," said filmer Rafael Pernia.

Bears are fascinating animals, and they are large mammals, they have large bodies, paws with big claws, short tail and a long snout. Mostly they eat meat and fish; however, some bears eat plants, insects, and bulbs. They are also very intelligent animals who have a large brain, so if you ever try or think to fool a bear, you might think that twice.

Some bears can be dangerous to people, bears such as the polar bear or grizzly bears, but for the most part, they can be easily frightened by humans. Bears like to live alone; they never meet in groups except during the summer mating season when a pair may be together for a month. The single female gives birth to one to four cubs during the winter sleep time. Cubs proliferate but live with their mother for one or two years. Bears usually spend much of their winter sleeping, a state that some call hibernation.

Overall, we love learning about them, and everything that we learn about them always fascinates us. Do you like bears? If you know some cool facts about them, don't be selfish and share them with us in our comment section!


  • MustGoFishin, 18 weeks ago

    Amazing the mum hasn't abandoned the cub!

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