Jenny and Amy are 15-year-old best friends who love playing in the snow together. However, these girls are not your average teenagers – Amy and Jenny are orphaned Syrian brown bears.
Living at the Orphaned Wildlife Center in Otisville, New York, Jenny and Amy love to frolic on the grounds in the wintertime. This video features their delightful playtime in the snow.
The two bears nip at each other’s necks with their powerful jaws, but they aim to play, not hurt one another. Their thick fur allows them protection from injury and insulation from the cold.
They wander around in the snow and wrestle good-naturedly as you would expect best friends to do. Weighing in at over 300 pounds each, their games are indeed considered “rough and tumble!”
At one point in the video, the pair plays an adorable peekaboo game around a tree. These cuddly giants are happy and carefree in their rescue home.
Winter is the time when these bears thrive. They can relish in the delights of snow play while staying warm. Who needs the mall when these two teens can roll around in nature?
Jenny and Amy’s antics are a good sign that the rescued bears are happy in their home. The Orphaned Wildlife Center aims to provide a place for animals to thrive, and they’re doing a great job!