Aug 262009
 

In this world, some people are still fighting among the same races, different races to satisfy their desire. As we know, the human race is the most intelligent living creature in this world. However, most of the time we are not showing humanness love to each other and causing lots of unnecessary quarrels and the worst scenario is the war between the different countries. It caused the dead of millions of innocent human life and bring a disastrous damages to the environment and civilization.

top ten most strange unusual animal friendships
Today, I would like to showcase the top ten most strange unusual animal friendships. This is to remind everyone of us that even the different species of animals also can get along together without killing each other.
Let us think about the human being who claimed as the most intelligent living creature in the world? Can we love each other with the pure heart to make this world a better world to stay? Let’s pray for the peace of the world.

tiger and pig

Tiger and Pig

sheep and two dogs

sheep and two dogs

orang utan and roscoe the blue tick hound

orang utan and roscoe the blue tick hound

mother dog and lion cubs

mother dog and lion cubs

lewd lemur and parrot

lewd lemur and parrot

kitten and dog

kitten and dog

giraffe and ostrich

giraffe and ostrich

elephant and sheep

elephant and sheep

baby pelican and dachshund

baby pelican and dachshund

chimpanzee and white tiger

chimpanzee and white tiger
(Photo Source: CCTV.com)

  2 Responses to “Top Ten Most Strange Unusual Animal Friendships”

  1. These photos are adorable. I think I have seen the pig & tiger one, or at least a similar one where there was a mother tiger nursing a lot of baby pigs. It shows that if friendships can be so diverse in nature, why can’t we as humans accept diversity as well.

    ~ Kristi

  2. @Kristi: Thanks for the valuable comment. You’re right, we as humans should also accept diversity friendships regardless of races.

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