A Trail Camera Captures Two Lovers Swimming Together at Night

If you want to create an impact, bring flowers to a potential suitor or wait outside their window while playing music. Sadly, there aren’t many boomboxes in the jungle, and without opposable thumbs, picking flowers is difficult.

The couple agreed that a nighttime swimming date would be a good substitute.

Robert Martinez, a wildlife photographer, recently captured two black bears making out on a hidden trail camera in California’s Angeles National Forest.

Martinez said, “I was eager to see the footage.” The couple initially clicked, kissing and cuddling over the calm sea. But even committed couples have disagreements. It seems that on this particular day, a nasty remark was made that quickly sparked a lover’s argument. Fortunately, it was easily fixed.

Adult bears typically live alone, but Martinez wasn’t wholly shocked to see the couple together given the video was captured during the mating season. But he was amazed to have caught such an exciting moment.

“I was astonished at the conduct,” Martinez said. They weren’t angry about the fact that they were travelling together during mating season.

Martinez has also seen hawks, deer, foxes, bobcats, raccoons, mountain lions, and deer frequenting this watering site. If something is meant to be, they claim, it will be. I hope that’s the case for these two. Although their first date had a rough patch, it is obvious that they are deeply in love with one another. The future? It’s possible that there will be a second date.

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