Best of friends, Jet the dolphin and Miri the seal at Pet Porpoise Pool, Coffs Harbour, Australia - 25 Jun 2012.

Animal Odd Couples: Unlikely friendships in the Animal Kingdom

Meet Jet and Miri, a baby dolphin and baby seal that have formed an unlikely friendship. The three-year-olds have been inseperable since they were just two months old, say staff at Pet Porpoise Pool, a marine center in Coffs Harbour, Australia.

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Animal Odd Couples

A Chimpanzee Adopts An Orphaned Puma Cub oh my goodness my heart just melted

bear and puppy...TOO CUTE

45 Adorable Animal Odd Couples

Brown bear hugs a dog, Slovenia - Adorable moments between wild animals in the Animal Kingdom - NY Daily News

Yeah, you let him know about it and I'll just hide here. .... 45 Adorable Animal Odd Couples

45 Adorable Animal Odd Couples

Baboon and Bushbaby oh how y cant we all just except each other as we r like animals do.

45 Adorable Animal Odd Couples

A seven-months-old yellow baboon carries a Galagos also known as a bushbaby at the Animal Orphanage in the KWS headquarters in Nairobi…A seven-months-old yellow baboon (Papio cynocephalus) carries a.

“I don’t give a hoot what the other kids say; species does not matter. I’m your mother and I love you–that’s all you need to know.”

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A little baby white faced scops owl, has found and unlikely friend and guardian in Kiera the German Pointer. by German Shorts My dog is a 3 year old German Short Hair pointer and he would do baby Animals

<b>If these unlikely interspecies buddies can make it work, there's hope for us all.</b>

45 Adorable Animal Odd Couples

A turtle sits on top of an alligator's back at the Summit Zoo in Panama City, Panama. - photo Carlos Jasso / Reuters, via nydailynews;

45 Adorable Animal Odd Couples

45 Adorable Animal Odd Couples

A monkey helps a parrot get rid of lice at a wild animal park in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong province, in this picture taken on April The character on the monkey's hat reads "Buddha". Picture taken on April Source: Reuters

In the Samburu National Reserve of Kenya, one lion befriends not one, not two, not three, not four but five baby antelopes—all of which almost lead to her demise, because to protect them from other lions, she can't leave their side, even to hunt for food for herself.

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