Bear Siblings Nap in Perfect Unison at Wildlife Center in Alaska

Two bear siblings at an Anchorage wildlife refuge have synchronized their nap times, the facility said, posting a video of the adorable pair teetering over in unison for some shut-eye.

The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (AWCC) told Storyful this video of bear siblings JB and Patron was filmed on September 21.

JB and Patron were rescued after their mother was killed. They arrived at the center in 2004, according to the AWCC, and have “thrived” in their large wooded enclosure. Credit: Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center via Storyful

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