• Cute video taken on Father’s Day shows a mother grizzly swimming across the Agulowak River in southwest Alaska with her two cubs on her back
  • The mother, with her cubs clinging to her back, diligently swims to the shore in the short clip
  • Alaska is home to around 32,000 brown bears, and human sightings are very common 

Matthew Wright For Dailymail.com

With winter hibernation coming to an end, one may stumble upon a bear and her little ones enjoying the fresh air. 

And in this cute video taken on Father’s Day, a mother grizzly swims across the Agulowak River in southwest Alaska with her two cubs on her back.

The video was taken during a king salmon fishing trip that included Outdoors Sportsman Group‘s Steve Smith and GCI Agulowak Retreat General Manager Dave Roseman.

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Cute video taken on Father's Day shows a mother grizzly swiming across the Agulowak River in southwest Alaska with her two cubs on her back

Cute video taken on Father's Day shows a mother grizzly swiming across the Agulowak River in southwest Alaska with her two cubs on her back

Cute video taken on Father’s Day shows a mother grizzly swiming across the Agulowak River in southwest Alaska with her two cubs on her back

Bearlympics: The mother, with her cubs clinging to her back, diligently swims to the shore in the short clip

Bearlympics: The mother, with her cubs clinging to her back, diligently swims to the shore in the short clip

Bearlympics: The mother, with her cubs clinging to her back, diligently swims to the shore in the short clip

The mother, with her cubs clinging to her back, diligently swims to the shore in the short clip.

Her two little ones occasionally slip a little in the water but they have enough of a grip on their stable mom that they get along fine. 

Hold on babies: Her two little ones occasionally slip a little in the water but they have enough of a grip on their stable mom that they get along fine

Hold on babies: Her two little ones occasionally slip a little in the water but they have enough of a grip on their stable mom that they get along fine

Hold on babies: Her two little ones occasionally slip a little in the water but they have enough of a grip on their stable mom that they get along fine

The video was taken during a king salmon fishing trip that included Outdoors Sportsman Group¿s Steve Smith and GCI Agulowak Retreat General Manager Dave Roseman

The video was taken during a king salmon fishing trip that included Outdoors Sportsman Group¿s Steve Smith and GCI Agulowak Retreat General Manager Dave Roseman

The video was taken during a king salmon fishing trip that included Outdoors Sportsman Group‘s Steve Smith and GCI Agulowak Retreat General Manager Dave Roseman

Eventually the mom makes it to shore where her cubs hop off, shake the water off themselves and follow her into the woods. 

Alaska is home to around 32,000 brown bears, and human sightings are very common, according to the Alaska Department of Fish & Game.

 

 

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