Boo Bear Has Bear-Y Good Scratch
Why is nature so beautiful? Why does a short walk amidst nature have such a calming influence on our mind? Why does the sight of flowers, butterflies, rainbows and animals fill our hearts with joy unspeakable? While evolution and science can explain many facts of our daily existence, the answer to this profound puzzle lies a little beyond the reaches of present day science, and in the realms of the super-conscious. Nature is beautiful because it is a manifestation of everything that is fervently pulsating with life on this planet. In the midst of nature, our minds become calm because we feel the pull of this joyful cosmic consciousness.
It's really easy to forget that we are not the only living beings living on this planet. We're trapped in our concrete jungles, escaping the scorching heat and the freezing icy winters in the sanctity of our homes. The only contact with the outside world are photographs and videos of animals living freely in the wild. But they are here, we share the same oxygen, we share the food, the water, the ups and downs of the climate changes.
Love for animals has only increased as time has gone on. This day we can see lots of animals, whether it is dogs, cats being the most dominant but also pigs, rabbits, hedgehogs and many more that were previously known as eatables now have become completely domesticated.
When we think of bears, we usually tend to till towards scare and danger. Now, that's not unusual as bears have proven to be a well known hazard for human lives. They are very quick on their feet even though they are big and they can withstand running for long distances. Aside of their well known talent of being able to climb up in trees. That's why specialist suggest that when encountering a bear your best chance of survival is to play dead.
Now, it is not all the time that bears are out hinting and eating. And this video is the perfect occasion to prove it. Take a look and see how cute and cuddly bears can be, just not with humans!
This is Boo, the Grizzly who is located in the Grizzly Bear Refuge. This is the largest enclosed and protected grizzly bear habitat in the world. The 20-acre area is the home of resident grizzly bear, Boo. The interpretive center is open daily during the summer and provides guests the opportunity to observe an adult grizzly bear going about his daily routine.
Take a look as this video is sure to put a smile on your face! Also, dont forget to share!