For the last six years, a wildlife photographer in Finland has been revealing his country’s natural beauty. This is about another incredibly amazing occasion that repaid his time commitment to wildlife photography.
Martinselkonen’s investigation took Valtteri into the woods. In a clearing in the woods, he stumbled upon a couple tiny cubs.
What he saw was so nice that Valtteri imagined they were youngsters on a playground in his neighborhood. He said that the bear cubs were acting like children. He saw the cubs interacting with one another as though they were dancing in a circle.
Valtteri was stationed 50 meters away from this amusing event, with a very clear view of the entrance, giving Valtteri the opportunity to snap these amazing images throughout the evening and night.
Except for the Aland Islands, bears are rather frequent in Finland. These magnificent animals may be found in the country’s eastern and southern regions, where they have built their home.
The playing activity of these cubs demonstrates that bears are naturally adept at utilizing their powerful forelegs. It is seen when they hunt, climb, and swim. In the wild, bears are universally powerful and effective in practically all of their everyday tasks.
Valtteri’s opportunity to acquire such good images of the cubs and the bear is a very unusual occurrence. In the wild, bears normally shun human interaction. Their excellent senses and stealthy movements aid them in avoiding danger.
Prior to the 2019 Finnish hunting season, the Finnish Natural Resources Institute estimated bear populations to range from 2020 to 2130.