Clumsy brown bear enjoys a bath in a lake while his hungry friends hunt salmon

Published on September 12, 2021

Bears are as playful and mischievous as human kids. They love eating, playing, sleeping.

One of their favorite things to do is hunting fish. But sometimes fishing is not the main desire of their heart. This is what a bear may dream of.

A law graduate Giuseppe D’Amico captures some adorable sights of a brown bear taking bath in Kurile Lake, Russia. Meanwhile, his mates were salmon.

Clumsy brown bear enjoys a bath in a lake while his hungry friends hunt salmon

Instead of joining the team, the playful bear was having a good time for nearly 10 minutes taking a bath in the cold water. He was enjoying the water just as a human.

He was washing his head then body and hands. While doing it, he was tumbling around. It was hilarious for Giuseppe to see a bear washing its hair.

Clumsy brown bear enjoys a bath in a lake while his hungry friends hunt salmon

He was kind of serious but too clumsy not to laugh at. These species are considered large in size. They dwell in Eurasia and North America.

The entire population of brown bears is 200,000. Their number is still small not to be considered endangered.

Clumsy brown bear enjoys a bath in a lake while his hungry friends hunt salmon

The bathing bear eventually came out of the water and had a delicious salmon fish dinner!

Hopefully, this species will grow its population in a short time.

35-ton humpback whale spotted flying completely out of the water near the Mbotyi coast, South Africa

If you go sightseeing of the shore, that’s a great idea. But when a 35-ton humpback whale decides to amaze you with its whole beauty, that becomes exceptional and fantastic tour!

Not everyone of us witness once-in-a-lifetime views but everybody can at least be informed about the majestic incident.

35-ton humpback whale spotted flying completely out of the water near the Mbotyi coast, South Africa

This was one of those non-repeating moments when the whale jumped completely out of the water.

A scuba driver Craig Capehart was the lucky man of this story. He had the chance to see a 35-ton whale completely out of the water in the coast of Mbotyi, Indian Ocean.

35-ton humpback whale spotted flying completely out of the water near the Mbotyi coast, South Africa

The man was astonished but didn’t lose himself. He captured the unforgettable scene on the camera.

This extremely rare sight gained many view on social media. Craig wrote that it was indeed an exceptional moment.

35-ton humpback whale spotted flying completely out of the water near the Mbotyi coast, South Africa

The adult humpback weighted approximately the same weight as an adult elephant.

What a breathtaking scene! I wish I was there.