17 Oddest Duets In The Animal kingdom

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In the Animal kingdom, friendship often cross the lines of genus and species and results in some oddball inter-special affairs like the ones below. via: The Wondrous

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Dema, a 26 -day-old menaced Sumatran Tiger cub nuzzles up to 5-month-old female Orangutan, Irma at the ‘Taman Safari Indonesia’ Animal Hospital in West Java, Indonesia.


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Koko, the acclaimed 230 -pound gorilla who converses in sign language, was known for her affection for her kitten.


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This hamster should be dinner , not a snake’s best friend aEUR” and in fact zookeepers offered up Gohan the hamster( whose identify intends “meal” in Japanese) as a savory snack when Aochan the serpent refused to eat frozen mouse. But instead of chowing down, he made a acquaintance. The pair cohabitate in harmony in a cardboard carton at the Mutsugoro Okoku zoo in the outskirts of Tokyo.


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This unlikely pair lives in the Busch Gardens animal park. In a action of cross-species infatuation, Bea, a three-year-old giraffe, and Wilma, an ostrich, share a cuddly moment.


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This is one protective adoptive momma. German Dachshund “Bessi”, right, guards a five-day-old beast rookie at a zoo in Stroehen , northern Germany. Bessi began harbouring the little beast after it lost its parents.


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A farm worker holds a piglet and two of the three tiger greenhorns vacated by their mother at a zoo in the Ukraine. A swine at a farm in eastern Ukraine agreed to nurse the three little tigers together with a dozen of its own piglets.


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A baby hippo referred Owen gaits along with its “mother, ” a giant male Aldabran tortoise, at the Mombasa Haller Park in Mombasa, Kenya. The oddest animal couples have stayed together now for one year after they got together after Kenya Wildlife Service. Rangers rescued the baby hippo in the high seas off Malindi after the Asian tsumani arrived at the Kenyan shore and separated the calf from its mother.


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Owner Steph Tuft, 25, takes duck Essy on a guide for a step with her Staffordshire cross dogs Rachka and DD in Bournemouth, England. Essy, a nine-month-old Cherry Valley duck visualizes she is a pup, and likes to walk with the other two pets.


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These cross-dressing piglets are just trying to fit in with their new mummy. Tourists watch a tigress with piglets at the Sri Racha tiger zoo, in Chonburi province southeast of Bangkok.


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Pippo, the tabby cat, has a close meeting with a domesticated rabbit while strolling in the outskirts of MilanaEUR | with a astound, when he ascertains out who really is the predator! Curiosity did not kill the “cat-o-nine-tail”, but surely fright him this time. Good for him that rabbits do not climb fences.


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A mother’s love intersects categories: Cora, a two-month-old child tiger with her adoptive mom, a four-year-old puppy. Cora, born in a circus, was rejected by her mom. The adoptive baby feeds the baby tiger as it were one of her puppies.


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That’s bananas! A capybara aEUR” one of the world’s largest rodents aEUR” carries a squirrel monkey on its back at Tobu Zoo.


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wo-week-old rabbits seem at home with their adopted father Pooh the cat in Kingston, Ont. Pooh’s owner saw the rabbits in her garden-variety and produced them home.


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Now this is love aEUR” One of Budapest Zoo’s barbary macaques searches for fleas in the hair of a barbary sheep in Budapest, Hungary.


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The cat-rabbit pairing seems to be one that works. Lucky, the cat has nursed and cared for a newborn rabbit identified Merlin along with her kittens as though it were her own.


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Llama Java, left, accepts by while fellow llama Lilly shares a few moments with a rabbit because this is watched by Anna, 11, right, and Deborah Bernstein, both of Brewster, New York, while waiting for the Blessing of the Swine at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.


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An 11 -week-old African lion greenhorn appointed Koza and his new companion Cairo, a 3-month-old Italian mastiff puppy, take a moment to relax with their favorite playthings after a morning of chasing one another at the San Diego Zoo.


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