Bears from Russia need an intervention, they're getting high on fuel fumes.

A photographer in remote East Russia has been photographing bears in the wild and getting wild. At the Kronotsky Nature Reserve, the photographer has noticed bears taking a liking to the smell of kerosene and gasoline. The fuel is used for generators and helicopters.

The bears waddle up to the fuel barrels, take a few big whiffs, dig a little hole and pass out. Some of the bears are regular visitors, AKA addicts!

Check out the bear pics here!