A Wisconsin couple have their hands full caring for two new additions to their family, after they adopted twin bear cubs that had been rejected by their mother.
David and Lana Fechter, who run a wildlife reserve on their West Bend property, took in the male cubs from a Chicago zoo.
And while they are small and adorably cute, the couple say the nine-week-old Siberian bear cubs are keeping them on their toes.
At the moment the cubs are in an inside enclosure, and are being bottle fed, but when they are a bit bigger they will live on the Shalom Wildlife reserve.
The inquisitive bears have been named Lewis and Clark after the first explorers to venture into the uncharted West.