boggle-:

thepredatorblog:

When Zoo Sauvage’s twelve year old mama Black Bear emerged from the den after hibernation this spring, she brought a surprise… or four. Bear cub quadruplets are rare and usually reflect a healthy mother who is larger than your average bear!
Photo by zooborns

“Mooooom…”
“Brayden, hush. Mama has to catch up on her stories.” 

boggle-:

thepredatorblog:

When Zoo Sauvage’s twelve year old mama Black Bear emerged from the den after hibernation this spring, she brought a surprise… or four. Bear cub quadruplets are rare and usually reflect a healthy mother who is larger than your average bear!

Photo by zooborns

“Mooooom…”

“Brayden, hush. Mama has to catch up on her stories.” 

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