A She-Bear Teaches Her Four Sweet Tiny Cubs To Cross the Road
The idea that moms dote on their children has been cited and repeated so often that it has already assumed the aura of conventional wisdom. More importantly, however, this simple wisdom applies not only to our own moms but also to the fluffy ones living in the wild. Female bears, for example, can be doting mothers, too. Although she-bears nurse their little cubs for only about two years, they spare no resources to take proper care of them.