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Cubs Dancing in The Forest in Finland

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Over the past six years, Walteri Mulkaheinen, a physical education teacher in Sotkamo, spent most of his free time photographing wildlife in the beautiful scenery of Finland. Over the years, she took a lot of choking shots, but her character, who recently danced in the form of a choreographer, created incredible greatness.

Image credits: Valtteri Mulkahainen

While studying the Finnish taiga near Martinselkonen, Walteri Mulkeheinen discovered that he was fleeing reality in a world similar to the world of Robert Sokhei. Only fifty meters – three little bears stood on their hind legs, held each other and danced in the forest. Feeling the energy of the audience, the photographer spent the night with his son. “Young people are small people. They played and even began a friendly struggle. The area in front of my house was full of young children. It reminded me of small children. Like they are dancing around. ”

Image credits: Valtteri Mulkahainen

The bear’s mother was not far away, so make sure that Walter is not too worried about the bear’s family. Bears, as a rule, are close to people and are found in most parts of Finland (except the Andland Islands), but bears are hide and seek giants, and, of course, calmly walk as soon as possible, observing and sniffing a person .

Image credits: Valtteri Mulkahainen

According to estimates by the Finnish Institute of Natural Resources (LUK), the number of Finnish bears ranged between 2130-22260 before the start of the hunting season of 2018, and the government set a quota of 313 bears for 2019-20 years (daily in Finland).

Image credits: Valtteri Mulkahainen

Image credits: Valtteri Mulkahainen

Image credits: Valtteri Mulkahainen

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