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The ‘Bear Bathtub’ in Yellowstone National Park

There’s a swimmin’ hole in the wilds of Yellowstone National Park where the bears like to bathe. It’s affectionately (and accurately) nicknamed the Bear Bathtub, and thanks to camera trap technology, we get to see how much the bears enjoy this secluded spot in nature.

Related reading: 9 Tips to Remember When Traveling to U.S. National Parks, more about Yellowstone‘s history, geography, ecology, and more, and from NPR: Is Yellowstone National Park In Danger Of Being ‘Loved To Death’?

Next: More bears in the forest when no one’s looking, other delightful animal cams, and The Grand Prismatic Spring: One of Nature’s Most Amazing Sights.

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