A suitable candidate for Russia’s national animal is the brown bear. With an average weight of around 200 kg, these powerful hunters represent the tenacity and fortitude of the Slavic people. They generally live in vast woods and taigas, however one of these critters has a special way of living.
Stepan is a pet bear residing in Moscow with his owners, Svetlana and Yuriy Panteleenko. He was saved by the Panteleenko family when he was a 3-month-old cub that hunters had discovered in a forest. Svetlana and Yuriy adopted him because of his terrible health. Find out more about the lovely life of this domesticated bear and his family.
For the previous 23 years, Stepan the bear has developed into a cute and devoted friend. He enjoys watching TV with his human family and helps out around the house by watering the plants. Although some people might think he’s menacing, he’s actually amiable and likes to interact with others. Stepan never bit anyone, according to Ms. Panteleenko.
The Russian bear eats 25 kg of fish, vegetables, and eggs every day, yet he stays in shape because to his love of football. He also keeps himself busy by doing movie acting and photo session modelling.
At three months old, this couple adopts a Stepan cub.
Hunters came across this weak and lonely man in a wilderness.
Svetlana and Yuriy tend to the bear’s recovery.
He is young now.
He is amiable and likes to interact with others.
He is not at all hostile.
No one has ever been bit by Stepan.
He is content with his dinner.
likes to watch TV
His greatest passion and favourite pastime is gardening.
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