A family trip to a Tennessee zoo ended in internet virality for a child and a bear.

Patrick Parker took his son Ian to see the Andean bear exhibit at the zoo in Nashville, Tennessee. When the 5-year-old boy started jumping around in front of the glass separating the bears from their human spectators, the bear came over and endeared himself to the internet.

The bear made its way over to the boy and stood up on its hind legs against the glass. It then started seemingly imitating the boy’s movements by jumping with him, according to ABC News. Parker said the ordeal lasted about 10 minutes, but it only took 15 seconds of video to generate buzz online.

Parker posted the video to his personal Facebook page. It can be seen below courtesy of ABC News.

In a reply to ABC News’s tweet, another Nashville Zoo visitor posted a video of the same bear doing the same thing with her three children.

Andean bears, as their name suggests, are native to the Andes mountains in South America. They are that continent’s only bears, according to the Smithsonian National Zoo. They are considered a vulnerable species, but there are still healthy populations throughout South America.

The Nashville Zoo opened its Andean bear exhibit on March 15.

bear An Andean bear danced with a young boy at a zoo. Six month old spectacled bear cup Rina, also known as Andean bear, plays in its enclosure in the zoo Tierpark in Berlin, Germany on June 28, 2013. Photo: Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images