Bear Cubs Raspberries

This is the un-BEAR-lievable moment two lively bear cubs blow RASPBERRIES at an unsuspecting photographer trying to take their picture. Amateur snapper Siddhardha Garige, 34, had been following the family of brown bears for two days through Lake Clark National Park in Alaska. And as the mother bear and her three cubs strolled through the parks long grass, Siddhardha sat patiently poised in some undergrowth 30 yards away.

This is the un-BEAR-lievable moment two lively bear cubs blow RASPBERRIES at an unsuspecting photographer trying to take their picture. Amateur snapper Siddhardha Garige, 34, had been following the family of brown bears for two days through Lake Clark National Park in Alaska. And as the mother bear and her three cubs strolled through the parks long grass, Siddhardha sat patiently poised in some undergrowth 30 yards away.

This is the un-BEAR-lievable moment two lively bear cubs blow RASPBERRIES at an unsuspecting photographer trying to take their picture. Amateur snapper Siddhardha Garige, 34, had been following the family of brown bears for two days through Lake Clark National Park in Alaska. And as the mother bear and her three cubs strolled through the parks long grass, Siddhardha sat patiently poised in some undergrowth 30 yards away.

This is the un-BEAR-lievable moment two lively bear cubs blow RASPBERRIES at an unsuspecting photographer trying to take their picture. Amateur snapper Siddhardha Garige, 34, had been following the family of brown bears for two days through Lake Clark National Park in Alaska. And as the mother bear and her three cubs strolled through the parks long grass, Siddhardha sat patiently poised in some undergrowth 30 yards away.

This is the un-BEAR-lievable moment two lively bear cubs blow RASPBERRIES at an unsuspecting photographer trying to take their picture. Amateur snapper Siddhardha Garige, 34, had been following the family of brown bears for two days through Lake Clark National Park in Alaska. And as the mother bear and her three cubs strolled through the parks long grass, Siddhardha sat patiently poised in some undergrowth 30 yards away.