The folks at the Knight Inlet Lodge about 80 kilometres north of Campbell River are used to seeing grizzly bears in the wild. In fact it's mostly what they do as an eco-tour operator.
They bring guests out into untouched nature to see these creatures, and they also set up wildlife cameras to study them.
This video they shot is possibly the cutest thing you're going to see this month. It shows a sow and her two cubs rubbing up against a tree, and it looks like they're dancing.
According to LiveScience, they're not behaving like this because they're itchy, but instead are marking the tree with their scent. And apparently they use the same "rub trees" for generations.
Follow @grizzlytours to see more videos and photos of grizzlies.
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