Brown bears JB and Patron take ‘synchronized nap’ in Alaska (VIDEO)

The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center filmed the brown bears JB and Patron cosying up together and then flipping over with their paws in the air to take what the center jokingly called a “synchronized nap”.

The 17-year-old male and female brown bear siblings have stayed at the wildlife sanctuary in the United States since 2004, according to its website. The bears can often be spotted digging holes, catching fish and playing, it adds.

The video was filmed by a manager at the non-profit wildlife sanctuary that takes in orphaned and injured animals over a 200-acre (81-hectare) area in Portage in Alaska.


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