Once kept as illegal pets, bear Baloo, tiger Shere Khan, and lion Leo share a brotherly bond despite how unbelievable it might seem. The trio cuddles and plays in their new home in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Unbelievable Unlikely Animal Friendships Compilation 2017 - Watch, rate, share and Comment - Please leave a like if you enjoyed and tell me what you think in the comments! - Don't forget to subscribe my channel: ) Support The Sound Project: Support me via Paypal: Music: Stryv - Breathe THE SOUND PROJECT is the number one destination for amazing, original videos and compilations. All compilation is accompanied by awesome music. Subscribe channel, don"t miss a new compilation. If any producer, artist, or label has an issue with an upload feel free to contact me at thesoundproject01@gmail and I will take any necessary action. Biologist Liz Bonnin explores why some of the most bizarre and surprising animals pair up with each other and with us. She scours the globe in search of the most extraordinary and cute animal relationships, investigating why such odd couples sometimes form. From dogs mothering baby tigers and polar bears befriending huskies, to buffaloes bonding with grown men and lions behaving like our brothers. Liz will discover how oxytocin, the love hormone, plays a vital part in bringing the oddest animals together. The biological need to mother can shake up the natural order to such an extent that we see cats mothering ducklings and deer adopting dogs as their own young. There’s even the rhino and the sheep that love spending time with each other so much that they become ill if they are separated. Click here for more documentaries: Content licensed DRG Distribution and produced by Oxford Scientific Films LTD. Any queries, please contact us at: wildthings@littledotstudios.
Dogs, Lions, Tigers, Black Jaguars, Leopards, Panthers, Lynxes, Pumas and more Playing together Why Do We Allow People To Pet Play With Our Big Cats? Celebrities, Why are you being irresponsible by sharing images video of you selfishly petting? All different kinds of people have spent time at the Foundation in the past year or so. However, Eduardo has made a conscious decision to also welcome people to the Foundation who are meat eaters and who wear animal products (just like Eduardo did before he started the Foundation). Our focus and passion is to teach these people a bit more compassion and to better show them the love these living beings possess. It is Eduardo’s hope that people who meet his “kids”, even for a brief moment, in some small way will help them gain a deeper understanding and develop a greater respect for these animals and all other living beings in general. Maybe after being surrounded by so much love from the animals they will think twice before wearing animal products or eating meat in the future. The Black Jaguar-White Tiger Foundation is accredited by the Mexican Government as a Premises or facilities managing wildlife (Predios o Instalaciones que Manejan Vida Silvestre PIMVS). Founded in the articles 27, 26 and 32bis of the constitution with the internal ruling of SEMARNAT. This incorporation is granted to perform maintenance activities, protection, research and environmental education, through social networks, of Tiger, Leopard, Lion, Jaguar, Cheetah, yaguarundí, ocelot, Bobcat, grizzly bear. Eduardo Serio, who founded Mexico City's Black Jaguar White Tiger Foundation, is seen in the foreground of a lion and tiger wrestling. It’s apparently all fun and games at one big cat sanctuary — even when a leopard is charging at your back. A hair-raising video captures the animal racing up behind a handler to attack, seemingly playfully, just seconds before a tiger jumps in and swats him away. Eduardo Serio, who founded Mexico City’s Black Jaguar White Tiger Foundation, was lounging around with at least six big cats when the mischievous leopard named Dharma crept up from behind. As the viral video shows, a nearby tiger named Aztlan didn’t miss a beat. The animals ― including jaguars, tigers, leopards, lynxes, lions and pumas ― are said to come from circuses, zoos, and both legal and illegal breeders.