On a recent, rainy day in ABR land, all the cubs were up in the trees. All except Cosmo Bear, that is.

It looked like Cosmo was going to be the only cub to make an appearance.
He foraged alone through the wet enclosure.
After a few minutes, Cosmo disappeared into the underbrush, proving again how easy it is for a bear to disappear.
All at once the other cubs dashed out of the underbrush, raced around, and jumped into the pool.
As if playing a predetermined game, they ran to the woods and through a hollow log, disappearing as suddenly as they appeared. They paid no attention to the frog by the log in their pool.
We are sure that the frog was perplexed by their behavior.

The cubs are certainly a rowdy bunch! What will they do next?