Visitors at the Everland Park in South Korea were entertained recently by two bears who stood up on their hind legs to catch treats being thrown to them.
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The animals can be seen deftly catching the treats as they concentrate on staying upright.
Everland is the largest theme park in South Korea with a number of different areas including rides, games and arcades.
The Zoo-Topia area is home to a petting zoo and guests can take a tour of the area on a bus, which is where it's thought these staggering bears were spotted.
The visitors stay on board the bus throughout the duration of the safari ride and there is also a raft ride called Amazon Express.
This isn't the first time we've seen a bear forgoing all four legs to walk on just two.
Last year we reported on a bear nicknamed 'Pedals' which was seen walking through a neighbourhood in New Jersey.
It's thought Pedals was walking in the unusual way because he had seriously injured his front legs, leaving him unable to walk on all fours.