Cute Moment When Polar Bear Cubs Explore Snow For The First Time After Leaving Their Den (10 Images)

Wildlife moments are so precious and amazing! If there weren’t wildlife photographers, we wouldn’t be able to
enjoy the moments of wildlife habitat. This time Mexican photographer Natalia Del Rio, 45, who pictured the polar bears, said: ‘The winter is over, and at Wapusk we had the rare opportunity to watch the bear cubs emerging for the first time after being born in hibernation’

Mother bear and cubs were observed playing together in the icy landscape of Canada’s Wapusk National Park. The two young polar bears, around two to three months old, had lately emerged from hibernation and were eager to explore their snowy surroundings.

The national park in eastern Canada is home to one of the world’s largest polar bear maternity dens.

After leaving their cave, adorable polar bear pups were seen enjoying the snow for the first time with their mother.

The two baby cubs, who were around two to three months old at the time, had just awoken from hibernation and were eager to explore their icy surroundings.

In the icy terrain of Wapusk National Park in eastern Canada, a mother grizzly and her cubs were observed playing together.

They were seen playing together in the snow in Wapusk National Park and enjoyint theur first snow. This is very
precious moment.

The national park is home to one of the world’s largest polar bear maternity denning regions, and the two young cubs will have spent the winter nesting in a safe lair with their mother.

Because polar bear babies are born blind and with scant fur that does not protect them from the cold, they must be kept in a den.

‘The winter is done, and in Wapusk we had the unusual opportunity to observe the bear cubs emerge for the first time after being born in hibernation,’ said Mexican photographer Natalia Del Rio, 45.

‘The rule is to stay 100 meters away from the bears… we were on foot, and they occasionally looked at us, but they primarily continued to play.’

‘It was lovely to watch them gaze into one other’s eyes.’

Polar bear cubs are completely reliant on their moms to keep them warm and nourish them with fat-rich milk after they are born.