Baby bear tries to hide after hitting a fawn

Sometimes you just need a little luck

Midweek can be stressful and leave you feeling confused. But if you want a huge dose of sweetness, this is the one for you. Meeting new people or deer can be stressful, especially when you're a little cub named Boog. Even though it's been a while since this first happened, watching cute animals never gets old.

Boog first met a fawn at Point View Farm in West Virginia. At first Boog seems okay with the fawn, but he quickly steps back and gets up on his two little hind paws. He then retreats even further and tries to hide behind a staircase, which isn't a good place to hide because everyone could still see him, but he's still a baby so what should you expect.

Bears are predominantly solitary animals and are considered the most antisocial of all carnivores. The only opportunities to encounter bears in groups are with mothers with cubs or occasional seasonal bounty of rich food (e.g. salmon runs).

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Joel Rosenthal, who filmed the meeting, provides fantastic commentary throughout the video.

“These two just met for the first time,” he says. “This is the first fawn of the year. Boog doesn't know what to think of him. Fawn doesn't seem to mind at all. Come on, Boog. What is that? Now he's hiding. He is hiding. Look at him hiding. Hiding from that deer.”

And here's another video of Boog and the deer hanging out.

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Can you think of a better way to smile than watching a baby bear try to hide after encountering a fawn? Boog and the deer head to a nature preserve in West Virginia. His main task is to care for injured and orphaned animals.

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