Teaching your child to swim is one of the best bonding experiences a parent can have with their kid. Not only is swimming a great sport but learning how to swim is an essential survival skill. And even more so when you’re a bear.
This beautiful grizzly is showing her cub the ropes of the river, and it looks like the little buddy is enjoying himself. Maybe even more than mom! These two certainly know how to look for the bear necessities.
All Aboard the Goose Train
Taking public transportation with your children can be a tedious experience. The waiting for the bus, the tickets, the fact that the bus stop is so far away — it all turns into a real hassle when you try to do that with a kid. Let alone six of them, as we see in this picture.
While this beautiful family of geese is definitely in train formation, they have perfected their commute around the lake, so they don't need transportation of any kind. With one parent in the front and another in the back, we know they will safely get to where they need to go.
Floating With Father
One of the most adorable things about otters is the way they float on their backs. An even more adorable thing about them is the way they hold hands when they sleep on the water, so they don't drift apart.
But the thing that takes the cake in terms of otter adorableness is this picture of a baby otter using his father as a floating device. It looks like we can all learn some parenting tricks from otters. Try that next time you take your kids to the pool.
A Tail as Old as Time
This little red fox was not finished with playtime. It doesn't matter how tired his mom might be, he's got some more juice left, and he makes it a point to let her know all about it.
Either that or he's just trying to keep up with the pace as his family is going somewhere new. Mom's bushy tail has a multitude of possible uses!
Don't Mess With Us
If we didn't know any better, we'd swear this is some kind of movie poster for "Revenge of the Kitties." We don't know who snapped this picture or what they did to get stared down like this by this mother cat and her kitty, but we would advise them not to get too close.
This cat has definitely mastered the menacing stare-down look, and it made sure to teach it to its kitty, who would be just as frightening if he weren't so adorably tiny.