A fisherman noticed a bear cub that had fallen into the river early one summer morning in 1984.The current carried him away.Without hesitation, the man went to the middle of the rapid and dragged the bear cub ashore.A fisherman saves a bear cub, and the mother bear returns the next day with a gift.
The fisherman thought the incident was over until the next day, when a bear came ashore to him.According to the fisherman’s recollections, the bite that day was very weak.The bear cub was apparently standing upstream and also tried to fish before succumbing and falling into the river.
The bear appeared to be about a month old.He could clearly not keep up with the current, so the man moved into the rapids – it was much easier for an adult to stay in the river.A fisherman saves a bear cub, and the mother bear returns the next day with a gift.
The bear cub immediately ran into the undergrowth as the fisherman shrugged his shoulders and gathered tackle.The next morning, he returned to the same location, but after a few hours, he felt someone’s eyes on him.When the man turned around, he noticed a large bear a few steps away.
He was still unsure how to react when he suddenly noticed a mountain of fish at her paws.A fisherman saves a bear cub, and the mother bear returns the next day with a gift.The bear shook her head and walked away, leaving her catch as a thank you for saving the cub.Wild animals appear to be far smarter than people believe.At the very least, they are not unfamiliar with the emotion of gratitude.