While recording a show for one of their programmes, a BBC crew captured some dancing bears on video. There are various circuses from which to choose. Kate Kendall of the US Geological Survey and her colleagues also shot a black bear and a grizzly bear in amusing poses, including Latin dancing, and stroking their backs on trees. These giants, on the other hand, have some impressive abilities!
It’s all part of a larger research to find out how many bears exist in the wild and where they dwell in the United States’ state of Montana. These dancing bears are scratching their backs in more difficult-to-reach locations, according to scientists, but they are also expressing the presence of other bears to other bears.
“This might be a kind of molecular communication.” “Before clawing trees, bears normally sniff them,” Kendall noted. “There are times when bears just have to scratch,” as the BBC’s film team described it.
You can watch the video below to see all of the hilarious moments!