August 24, 2009

The world's most unusual animal friendships

Kes, a Palomino pony, with a lamb he adopted on Fentongollan Farm
near Truro, Cornwall.(Photo Source:

Five week-old Anastasia, a Siberian eagle
owl crossed with a Turkmanian eagle owl,
and four week-old fluffy white barn owl, Pudge,
are inseparable at Silverwings Falconry at Haytor,
Devon.(Photo Source:

Usually prey for these tawny owl chicks, this thrush has
been accepted as their pal.(Photo Source:

A lewd lemur sticks his tongue out at a parrot in Hamburg,
Germany.(Photo Source:

Anjana, a two-and-a-half year-old chimpanzee, looks after his new
best friend, a 21 day old white tiger cub, at T.I.G.E.R.S (The
Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species), in Myrtle
Beach, South Carolina.(Photo Source:

Eight-month-old orphan elephant Themba, whose name means 'hope' in
Xhosa, who has struck up a friendship with a sheep called Albert
at the Shamwari Game Reserve in South Africa.(Photo Source:

Bea, a three-year-old giraffe, and Wilma, an ostrich, have become
the best of friends at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, Florida (Photo Source:

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Rad- Animal can get to know each other from difference species and they did it well. How about human ?