Moment In Which Cubs First Go Into The Snow Is Captured With A Little Surprise

Image: DAISY GILARDINI

Image: DAISY GILARDINI

This little guy turned out to be a lazy one!

According to the World Wildlife Fund, polar bear cubs spend about 3 or 4 months in their den before they are ready to go out and dive into the snow for the first time.
Dedicated wildlife photographer Daisy Gilardini waited for a whopping 117 hours in order to capture the rare moment in which this furry family would leave their den to go out into the world. The snowy tundra in Wapusk National Park, Canada, can be very unforgiving.

She waited in cold 40mph winds, but in the end, everything paid off! Two cubs emerged from their den, looking for food along with their mother. However, one cub decided to do the unexpected.

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The cub jumped on his mother’s backside and basically got a free ride everywhere!

“It was extremely funny and totally unexpected behavior,” – says Gilardini

Indeed the amount of adorableness in these pictures is too much for words!

Image: DAISY GILARDINI

Image: DAISY GILARDINI

Image: DAISY GILARDINI

Image: DAISY GILARDINI

Image: DAISY GILARDINI

Image: DAISY GILARDINI

Image: DAISY GILARDINI

Image: DAISY GILARDINI

Article: Huffington Post