New Finding Shows that Bears have a Sense of Beauty

Let's explore the intriguing concept that bears have a sense of beauty.

This intriguing possibility was first observed by artist Maureen Enns and rancher Charles Russell, who had adopted three orphaned wild brown bear cubs.

Over time, they noticed a pattern: the bears often created their nests in locations that offered picturesque views, hinting at a potential aesthetic appreciation.

These bears’ choice of nesting spots raises fascinating questions about animal behavior.

Could these magnificent creatures seek more than just comfort and safety in their habitats?

Do they have the ability to recognize and enjoy the beauty of their surroundings?

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