So much can be learned about animal behavior by the way they act in their natural habitat. That is when they feel most at home, and behave in the most natural way. Animal behaviorists observe and study animals in their natural habitat to know more about their mating cycles, feeding habits and their roles in the ecosystem. When researchers set up cameras to observe bears in the Canadian Rockies, they ended up capturing something quite incredible!
The bears were caught “dancing” alone in the woods. Technically, they were just scratching their backs, That is what bears do when they need to scratch an itch—they just lean against something and wiggle until the itch goes away. It looks funny as it is, but when “Jungle Boogie” is played at the background, things get even more interesting!
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