A group of happy bear cubs might sound like this. You should watch this video. You might fall in love with them.
As people think, bears love fruits, especially forest fruits. This isn’t true, though. As a result, when this sanctuary decided to treat their little residents to a bunch of tasty apples, they took a video of the whole thing. They had the best surprise. A heartwarming sound these rescued bear cubs make when they get to eat a tasty treat is just the thing. Neither the caretakers nor black bears are used to hearing them speak.
The cute scene was caught on camera at the Kilham Bear Center by John Fusco, a writer, producer, and animal lover. He then tweeted about the cute moment. Bear cubs make their “sound of contentment” when they are happy, the man who made the video says.
Orphaned black bears from New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts are taken to the Kilham Bear Center in Lyme. The center is a sanctuary for black bears that have been taken there. In this place, the cubs are cared for and rehabilitated until they are ready to go back into the wild.
It’s clear they’re in a safe place, says Rae Wynn-Grant, a conservation scientist who works for the Los Angeles Times. “It’s kind of like it makes sense that they would be cooing and telling us how happy they are.”