Two bear cubs were spotted relaxing near a large snow pile in Wyoming’s Grand Tetons National Park on April 13.
This footage, shot by Cindy Shaffer and compiled by Storyful, shows one cub sprawled on the icy mound while the other sniffs about and enjoys a scratch. The cubs’ mother can be seen close by.
“This is grizzly bear tag number 610 and her three-year-old twins,” Shaffer told Storyful.
Storyful could not independently verify the bears’ identities, but grizzly bear #610 does frequent the park, according to the National Park Service, and is an offspring of the famous grizzly bear #399. Credit: Cindy Shaffer via Storyful