The U.S. Department of the Interior gets up close and personal with some of the world's most dangerous species every day.
But sometimes they have close encounters with some of the world's cutest creatures, too. The U.S. Department of the Interior took to Instagram to share a sweet video of two baby bears playing in California's Yosemite Park.
Here's a cute video to end the day -- two baby #bears wrestling at #Yosemite #NationalPark in #California. Jeff Molyneaux (@jeffmolyneaux) captured this amazing video just outside @yosemitenps near Hetch Hetchy as he was driving home from a hiking and camping trip. Don't worry, the mama bear is out of the video, just off the road, and after the wrestling match, the bear cubs made it safely to her. "It is still one of the best experiences I have had on a camping trip," Jeff says. Video courtesy of Jeff Molyneaux (@jeffmolyneaux). #nature #wildlife 🐻🐻
A video posted by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) on May 26, 2015 at 3:40pm PDT
The U.S. Department of the Interior Instagram is the go-to place for beautiful shots of our country's terrain and the animals that call it home. Check out some of their gorgeous posts below.
You never know what you are going to see at #Denali #NationalPark in #Alaska. Karl Persson captured this shot of a mama #bear (with her two bear cubs in tow) knocking on a bus door. Photo from www.sharetheexperience.org. #nature #wildlife 🐻🚌💨
A photo posted by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) on May 22, 2015 at 8:28am PDT
It's #WorldTurtleDay -- a day that spotlights #turtles and tortoises and how we can protect them. Kara Wall snapped this cute pic of two baby sea turtles snuggling at #DryTortugas #NationalPark in Florida. Five different types of sea turtles are found in the waters of south #Florida, and @drytortugasnps is famous for the abundance of #seaturtles that annually nest in the area. Photo from www.sharetheexperience.org. 🐢🐢
A photo posted by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) on May 23, 2015 at 8:19am PDT
The newest national #wildliferefuge -- Mountain Bogs -- will help protect one of the smallest, rarest #turtles in the U.S., the bog turtle. Located in #NorthCarolina, #MountainBogs National Wildlife Refuge is America's 563rd refuge. It'll be devoted to the conservation of southern Appalachian #mountain bogs, which is home to five endangered species including bog turtles, green pitcher plant, mountain sweet pitcher plant, swamp pink (a lily), and bunched arrowhead. Photo of a newly hatched #bogturtle by @USFWS. 🐢🐢
A photo posted by U.S. Department of the Interior (@usinterior) on Apr 23, 2015 at 8:44am PDT
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