A baby rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) plays with a tiger cub at a zoo in Hefei, Anhui province, August 2, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer
I love to watch animals playing and being friends with other animals.
I think people must learn from animals and stop fighting with each other 😉
I know one cat who loves to ‘talk’ with crows.
It’s name is and it’ll make birdlike meows when it meows to the birds (that’s what my sister always says). Primiligh
So here are cute pictures of animals being friends with other animals.
(Please click the photos for bigger images.)
A monkey does a handstand on the head of a sheep during a performance at a temple fair held to celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year.
A female cat shares a meal with a male mouse in Phichit.
A mouse rides on the back of a frog in floodwaters in the northern Indian city Lucknow.
A seven-months-old yellow baboon (Papio cynocephalus) carries a Galagos also known as a bushbaby at the Animal Orphanage in the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) headquarters in Nairobi, June 10, 2011. Defying nature, the Yellow Baboon, rescued in Maralal (northern Kenya) has quickly adopted a Galagos, rescued in Nyeri (central Kenya), after meeting at the orphanage giving it affection and protection as if it were her own offspring. Yellow baboons inhabits savannas and light forests in the eastern Africa while Galagos are small, nocturnal primates native to continental Africa. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
This photo was taken when a baby mallard duck wandered into the gorilla enclosure at the Bronx Zoo and was the winner of the Zoos Category in the Nature’s Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards. (Photo Credit: Tom Warren).
In this photo taken on Friday, June 29, 2012, Siberian tiger cub Clyopa plays with cat Masyanya in the house of Yekaterina Khodakova, whose Shar Pei dog Cleopatra is breastfeeding Clyopa and her sibling Plyusha in the Black Sea resort of Sochi. The cubs were born in late May in a small zoo at the Oktryabsky resport in Sochi, but their mother refused to feed them. Fewer than 400 Siberian tigers have survived in the wild, most of them in the cedar forests of Russia’s Far East. (AP Photo/Igor Yakunin)