A lot of people believe that wildlife is an enthralling and dangerous thing. But there are plenty of occasions when it provides stunningly tender sights. A stunning sight to behold is the two bear cubs in a hug. The photographer for wildlife, Lewis Kemper, was in the perfect spot at the right time to snap the two cubs with his camera.
Kemper is a California photographer, 62, who lives in California and was at Lake Clark National Park when he noticed the cubs holding hands as they watched their mom try to hunt for dinner. According to an interview with the newspaper, Lewis notes: “I was on a photography trip in Lake Clark in Alaska, at the beginning of June when I saw an adult female with her two cubs waiting to return with food. I was just 20 feet from two cubs. Bears in this area have become accustomed to human contact and are not opposed to our presence.”
Even though the kids eagerly awaited their dinner, The mother returned empty-handed. The photographer later said, “The two bears held hands for about 20 minutes. They hoped their mother would give them dinner , but she could not bring them anything.” Wildlife experts say that bears only have 10 percent success in the hunt.
While most bears enjoy fish, their diet mainly comprises plants. In the conversation, Lewis adds, “Although bears are fond of their fish, the majority are omnivores. They eat a lot of plants and, of course, grass.
To further discuss these sweet sightings, these cubs were not the only ones to be captured with “hands. Then there was an incident on a South African beach where a couple could spot two penguins with flippers. This story became viral and won many millions.