A bear cub that had fallen into the river was discovered by a fisherman in the early morning hours of the summer of 1984.The current carried him along.The man swiftly moved to the center of the rapid and helped the bear cub land.
The fisherman thought the incident was over until the following day, when a bear approached him on land.The fisherman recalled that the bite that day was extremely weak.
It appears that the bear cub was standing upstream and trying to fish at the same time when it gave in and fell into the river.
It appeared that the bear was just over a month old.He moved into the very rapids because it was much easier for an adult to stay in the river, and it was obvious that he could not handle the current.
Remaining on a hard bank, the bear whelp promptly ran into the undergrowth, and the angler shrugged his shoulders and assembled tackle.
The following morning he again got back to roughly a similar spot, yet following a couple of hours he felt somebody’s eyes on him.
Turning around, the man saw a large bear a few steps away.When he suddenly saw a mountain of fish at her paws, he still didn’t know how to react.
The bear stood for a while, shook her head, and then she left, leaving her catch as a token of appreciation for saving the cub.
It appears that wild animals are far more intelligent than people believe.At least they are familiar with the feeling of gratitude.