By Josie September 21st, 2023
Baby animals, with their innocent eyes and clumsy movements, have a universal appeal.
Humans inherently find the babies of mammals adorable, a phenomenon deeply rooted in evolutionary development.
This “cuteness” factor, characterized by large heads, big eyes, and small mouths relative to body size, serves a vital purpose.
It acts as an evolutionary trigger, reminding us of the importance of nurturing the young for the survival of the species.
The bear, evidently more intrigued, attempts to stand on its hind legs, trying to get a closer look at its new acquaintance.
Despite its initial hesitance, the deer too, succumbs to its curiosity.
While bears might prey on deers in certain circumstances, it is not a common occurrence.
Deers, being herbivores, graze on a different plane, focusing on plants and fruits.
In the wild, bears and deer don’t naturally cross paths often as bears are generally omnivores.