More of the World’s Most Unusual Animal Friendships

by Rebecca on October 27, 2010

in Animal Pictures,Unusual Friends

Keow Wan, a four-month-old Sun Conure parrot, perches on Yim, a dog whose name means smile in Thai, as their owners take part in a pray for peace ceremony at Royal Plaza in Bangkok. The owners dressed up the dog and the parrot and put the two together to bring joy and happiness to all who see the pair.

The world's most unusual animal friendships

A female monkey fondly cuddles a puppy at a shop in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka. The pet monkey, bought from an animal trader, “adopted” the puppy recently and spends many happy hours hugging it.

The world's most unusual animal friendships

A dog feeds two Siberian tiger cubs and her puppy at a zoo in Hefei, Anhui Province.

The world's most unusual animal friendships

Three-month-old Asian camel Ldinka bends over a fence to nuzzle against an adult Vietnamese miniature pig at Royev Ruchey Zoo in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk.

The world's most unusual animal friendships

One year-old white tiger Bombay plays with 4 year-old Dalmatian Jack at the Circus William in Berlin. The two animals live peacefully together in the same enclosure.

The world's most unusual animal friendships

BoonLua, a long-tailed macaque, lives with Toby, a rabbit, in Ayutthaya province about 80 km north of Bangkok. BoonLua, the six-year-old wild monkey, lost both his legs and one arm during an attack by dogs. He dragged himself to a nearby temple where he received medical treatment and survived. He now lives in a custom built enclosure with the rabbit.

The world's most unusual animal friendships

Nimra, a one-year-old cat, plays with chicks in Amman. Nimra has been taking care of seven chicks after their mother’s death.

The world's most unusual animal friendships

A wolf and a donkey share a cage in the north-western town of Patok, Albania. The donkey was brought into the enclosure to be fed to the wolf, which was caught in the northern Albanian mountains four months ago. The animals have since become attached to each other, cohabitating in the cage, and attracting curious villagers and local media.

To see more: http://news.in.msn.com/gallery.aspx?cp-documentid=3482814&page=1


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