A Baby Bear Wrestling Match Causes A Traffic Jam In Yosemite.

This is the fascinating moment two young bear cubs’ wrestling match caused a traffic jam on a road at Yosemite National Park.

The black bear cubs, one of whom seems to be slightly bigger than its sibling, were filmed brawling playfully by tourists in the middle of a road at Hetch Hetchy Valley in the California park.

Initially, the clip shows the cubs rolling around on the road, trying to grab each other’s heads. Moments later, the siblings are seen rising upright on their hind legs and proceeding to hit and bite each other. (Scroll through for the video.)

1. These bear cubs — one of whom appears to be slightly bigger than the other — were captured brawling on a road at Hetch Hetchy Valley in Yosemite National Park, California, by several stunned tourists.

Baby Bears Occupy A Yosemite Road For A Wrestling Match.

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Meanwhile, their mother lounges under a tree, just feet away from the road.

As the camera focuses on the mother bear, one woman is heard saying “that is the cutest”.

The camera then moves back to the cubs, one of whom is doing its best to grab its sibling’s leg. The two continue the wrestling match for a few more moments, before pausing and staring at the human spectators. One onlooker, watching from a parked car, says:

They’re like puppy size.

Someone else adds:

I want one.

The clip ends with the cubs following their mother away from the road and through the grass. As the siblings walk past a tree, one of the youngsters decides to climb it.

One of the viewers is heard commenting:

They’re the smallest.

The U.S. Department of the Interior shared the video on Vine on Tuesday, with the caption:

Cute video of bear cubs wrestling at #Yosemite National Park by Jeff Molyneaux #nature #California.

The footage was initially posted on YouTube by Jeff Molyneaux in 2011 and has since racked up more than 1.8 million views.

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