WATCH: Black Bear Cubs Watch for Traffic Before Crossing Road to Join Mama

The two cubs held up cars in both lanes as they popped up and then ran across the road

A photographer captured video of the darling moment when a couple of bear cubs scampered across an Alaskan road so they could frolic with their mama on the other side.

‘I was photographing the sow (mama) black bear and her triplet cubs with my big camera lens when she and her babies cross the road in front of me,’ the unnamed photographer said in the video’sĀ description.

‘I had to put down my big camera lens and use my cell phone for photos and to take this video.’

The black bear cubs appeared to pause to look for traffic before scampering across the road
The two cubs held up cars in both lanes as they popped up and then ran across the road
The cubs were crossing the road to get to their mama and sibling, who were waiting for them. When they met up with their mother, she nuzzled them and led them into the wilderness
The cubs were crossing the road to get to their mama and sibling, who were waiting for them. When they met up with their mother, she nuzzled them and led them into the wilderness

The photographer claimed to have shot the video in June 2017 in Anchorage, Alaska.

In the short clip, two black bear cubs can be seen holding up road traffic as they cross a two-lane road.

The cub that’s leading the way appears to cautiously look for oncoming cars before loping across the road. Its sibling does the same, but with seeming less hesitation as it bounds for the grass on the other side of the asphalt.

The video then shows the cubs reuniting with their mama bear and a third sibling.

The big black bear nuzzles her daring cubs before leading her brood off into the Alaskan wilderness.

SOURCE: Daily Mail, Maxine Shen