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They also filmed the 'dancing' behaviour of bears in the Cantabrian mountains in Spain for a period of three years Last year's Planet Earth II showed a bear twerking against a tree in the woods along to the Pussycat Dolls' dance floor filler 'Don't cha'.Rubbing their thick fur against a tree, grizzly bears in Canada can scent mark an area, leaving their calling card for other bears.Other times, the bears may be just scratching an itch from carrying all that thick, warm winter fur in the summer forest.The study demonstrates that brown bears have pedal glands that produce specific scents.From a sample of 15 bears, researchers observed 81 cases of them dancing in order to leave a scent and the practice was most common among males'Chemical signalling is a widespread mode of communication amongst the vast majority of organisms, both terrestrial and aquatic', the researchers, led by Dr Agnieszka Sergiel, said in their paper, which is published in Nature.'Among mammals, odours play a key role in communication, with chemical signalling used to inform about identity, sex, territorial borders, social status, reproductive state or group membership.'The presence of sweat glands recently found in polar bear paws suggest that scent marks can be also passively deposited while walking', they said.Twisting as they walk releases scents from their footprints which communicates their sex, identity and reproductive state to potential love interests and rivals alike The behaviour involves carefully stepping into pre-existing footprints and twisting their paws.