It’s kind of a weird twist for 2020 — actual good news.
Recently, most of our bear stories haven’t been that positive.
There was the story about the Choteau, Montana man who had his shoulder nearly ripped off.
Then there was the story of the hiker in the Shoshone National Forest who surprised a grizzly and got flattened in the process.
Then there’s the more humorous story of the trail runner who literally ran into a grizzly, bounced off the grizzly, became interlocked with the grizzly, and rolled down the trail with the grizzly.
Today, we have a story of some bears who are just cute.
As it turns out, the Idaho Fish and Game Department have something they call “Grizzly Cam.”
Every year, they say, biologists place GPS collars on grizzly bears to learn about their reproduction, survival, and distribution across the ecosystem.
A recently retrieved game camera shows a female grizzly as she emerged from her den in late-April with three cubs in tow.
“The antics of these three cubs playing together was too cute not to share,” the department said. “Watch as they play together and learn just how far they can push mom’s limits as she watches over them.”