19 More Unlikely Animal Friends

It seems there are a lot of animals out there who don’t mind making friends outside of their species. Here’s a fresh list of unlikely animal friends.

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46 Responses to 19 More Unlikely Animal Friends

  1. Virginia says:

    How many of these are pictures of the moment before one eats the other? Dog-bunny, seal-penguin, parrot-chihuaha… :)

  2. Anonymous says:

    Whats unlikely about a penguin and a baby penguin being together? Or a black Jaguar and a spotted Jaguar?

  3. lee says:

    they are so cute i want to cry…

  4. Singapore Tourism says:

    Awesome images
    That was great to see animals so friendly

  5. Paul says:

    The puma and the leopard is not unlikely, they’re the same thing, just different colors.

    • Zoology grad student says:

      Not the same animal, just both panthers. But, all panthers can be all black. It’s quite the same as a human being albino. So most likely they’re both jaguars. On second review, that most definitely not a puma (aka cougar or mountain lion). I’m gonna go with same species.

  6. Paul says:

    I mean jaguar; I always get those mixed up.

  7. You never know who your best friend will be. amazing. The most wonderful thing ive ever seen

  8. othman says:

    The picture of the Penguin and the Kiwi is of resemblance to Plato and Aristotle in the “School of Athens”. Love it!

  9. Matteo says:

    its an adult and juvenile king penguin. Kiwis are smaller and don’t have wings that run the length of its torso, look look you can see it, and they have long bills that are almost as long as thier bodies, and call me nuts but why would an insectivorous kiwi want a penguin to ralph fish chunks down its gullit. Here, proof its a juvenile penguin: http://www.mimages.co.za/rm/juvenile-king-penguins-various-stages-maturity

  10. bex ellis says:

    to everyone who says its a kiwi.. i suggest you take a look at a kiwi on google images.. it is defiantly without a doubt NOT a kiwi.. i should know.. i live in New Zealand

  11. Kris says:

    Where did the picof the striped puppy come from? I have a dog that looks just like that I saved her but sadly all the others went to the pound

  12. Jackilyn_Mae says:

    My favorite was the Tiger the Lion and the Black Bear, now those are very unlikely friends. Now that’s amazing !

  13. AS says:

    Very cute, but not all of them are entirely unlikely, especially the Jaguars. The kitten and the rabbit are actually a prime example of the two animals complementary behaviour; the kitten licks the rabbit head, which is a dominant cat behaviour, and the rabbit gets its head licked, which is dominant rabbit behaviour. Thus, they both think they are in charge and get along fairly well if they are introduced at a young age.

    Hardly unlikely. But super cute.

  14. rebel says:

    I hate to say it, but some of these images are photoshopped.

  15. Beth says:

    Lions, Tigers and bears? Oh my

  16. Jacqui says:

    Why do people have to argue so much, just take the time and appreciate these lovely pictures.

  17. Tatiana says:

    Is it at all possible to know the provenance of these photos? Some must have a very interesting story behind. Could you give a link to more info?

  18. Anne says:

    The two jaguars are brothers. One is black and the other is spotted. They feature in Joanna Lumley’s DVD about cats. The brothers live in a refuge run by actress Tippi Hedren.

  19. Ellen Paaimans says:

    What a beautiful photos, it makes me feel so good to swee these photos

  20. Claire says:

    Love the racoon and tortoise! Great pictures!

  21. Danny says:

    Fawn + dog = pissed mama deer + dog = dead dog… Yeah….

  22. Yes I had a parrot that killed a Chihuahua like the one in the picture. It bit it in the neck instantly killing it. Dogs and birds do not mix.

  23. Laura says:

    any one else think “is the cat dead or alive?” for the cat in the box one? [yes, that’s a Schrodinger’ cat reference]

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