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WiIdIifе сamеras сaρturе bеars dоing ‘Dirtу Danсing’ Iift and bеing suρеr siIIу

North America may not be the first place you’d think of as a place of gorgeous wildlife, but nothing could be further from the truth.

Lynxes, moose, red deer and white-tailed deer, sea eagles, hawks, owls and bears all call North America home.

And bears are some of the most impressive specimens you’ll find. Over 400 pounds of fur and claw with diets consisting of berries, fish and anything they can find, it’s hard to imagine a North America without bears.

This wildlife camera in Douglas County, Colorado, has enough photos of bears to keep you busy the whole day.

Captured on September 19, the HRCA Backcountry Wilderness area sharеd this plethora of images showing 3 Black bears having the time of their lives in a large pool.

 

As you can see, one of them seems to notice the camera. I don’t think it cares that much, though. It’s probably too busy enjoying the open swimming pool.

 

Aside from the obvious coloration, the lack of a shoulder bump is a clear indication that these are Black bears, not brown bears. Their scientific (aka binomial) names are Ursus americanus for the Black bear and Ursus arctos for the Brown bear.

 

This second one seems to be planning a cannonball dive. That posture can’t mean anything else.

 

A third one joins in, probably after feeling left out. At least, I guess so.