Bears caught by Yellowstone's hidden cameras having the best quality 'me' time

Even bears need a bath! This footage captures a group of bears cleaning up and cooling off in a nature-made bathtub located in Yellowstone National Park. The video below was captured by National Geographic cameras placed throughout the area.
The video features brown bears, black bears and grizzly bears taking advantage of this watering hole. The bears even take a drink of water from the bath (a big no-no for humans!).
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Nicknamed "Bear Bathtub," this swimming hole is a well-known bear-bathing spot, according to National Geographic. The cameras were placed in hopes of getting more information about bear behavior, what they caught was nothing less than adorable.
Yellowstone is home to a variety of wildlife including bears, wolves, moose and Bison, according to the Yellowstone Park Foundation.
Check out the fun video below and watch out for a curious bear or two who discover the camera, and see if you can spot the adorable brown bear who looks almost human while he scrubs away the dirt and dust.
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