Parks Canada's remote wildlife cameras have worked their magic again.
This time, the cameras in Waterton Lakes National Park have picked up a sequence of photos, capturing two bear cubs duking it out in a field.
The national park tweeted out the adorable photos over the weekend:
The wrestling photos are the most recent addition to an amazing collection of wildlife pictures captured on the park's remote cameras and collected by staff.
Specially designed cameras are placed in strategic locations around the park, essentially allowing animals to take their own pictures by triggering a sensor as they move.
Parks researchers and scientists can use the equipment to track and monitor wildlife populations. By studying the photos, they can tell the number of animals in a particular area and gain an understanding of their travel patterns.
Check out more of the photos collected over the years: