A Grizzly Family Wandered Up To A Bear Statue, What They Did Next Is Awesome.
Grizzly bears are solitary animals. For the most part, they avoid human contact at all costs However, when the furry creatures have a goal, it must be achieved; if that means crossing through an area populated with people, so be it. A momma bear and her two cubs calmly walked into a lodge in Lake Clark National Park in Alaska. One would assume the trio were looking for food.
It turned out the bears needed to scratch and rub up against a wooden structure of a grizzly bear. The cubs appeared to want to hug the huge statue, proof the creatures love a good cuddle, even if it is not with humans.
Look what happened when a bear cub interrupted a golf game.