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Humphrey with Cub

Humphrey with Cub.

Bear cub

Bear Cub as appears just before the bear attack.

The bear cub first met Humphrey at the summit of the mountain the wolves had to climb to reach the Canadian Express on the other side. The cub initially appears inquisitive as shown when she asks Humphrey "Wow, what are you?" The cub is also quite playful, making comments such as "You are really strange" and "You're totally weird". The cub also enjoys such activities as pushing Humphrey off the log they were stood on and throwing a snowball at him. However, when Humphrey hit her back the cub started crying. Humphrey apologized, but he was interrupted by a transparent liquid dripping onto him that later turned out to be bear saliva. The bear cub didn't seem concerned about the peril Humphrey now found himself in as she started laughing, clapping and doing impressions of an adult bear.

We last see the bear cub in the background, waving as Humphrey escapes from an adult bear. It is possible that the bear chasing Humphrey was the cub's parent, attacking under the impression that Humphrey had somehow hurt the cub.

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Brad meets Humphrey and his family (minus Runt) in the forest. He was looking for his mother, and was scared that if the Rogues found him, he would be fresh meat. Humphrey convinces Kate that they should "adopt" the bear until they found his mother. When Winston and Tony are anxiously waiting for Runt to be rescued, they met up with Marcel, along with Paddy, Brad, Stinky, and Claudette. When the rogues came to attack the Western pack, Brad hid with Humphrey, Kate and their pups.

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