These Two Wild Animals In The Image Below Must Be Two Great Friends. Don’t You T

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  1. ngureco profile image81
    ngurecoposted 8 years ago

    These Two Wild Animals In The Image Below Must Be Two Great Friends. Don’t You Think So?

    https://usercontent1.hubstatic.com/3311880_f260.jpg

  2. kamranamn profile image59
    kamranamnposted 8 years ago

    i guess tigress adopted the baby deer!... :p

  3. MickS profile image68
    MickSposted 8 years ago

    Mmm, strange combination, lioness and young antelope?

  4. PMS9 profile image72
    PMS9posted 8 years ago

    This picture is edited,... see the face and neck of the deer.  Also its left leg is edited. Edited parts are clearly visible.

    I hope this two wild animal must be friends. But, lioness needs to survive on grass then...

  5. sid_candid profile image60
    sid_candidposted 8 years ago

    Animals too have love and compassion. Its time humans learn something from these animals and stop hatred and violence against each other.

  6. multifunctions profile image61
    multifunctionsposted 8 years ago

    she is not hungry and waiting for kids to come and play with the prey.
    she is not well aware of the world.

  7. ExpandYourMind profile image71
    ExpandYourMindposted 8 years ago

    They both have their eyes on each other. The antelope is hoping the lioness will have a momentary lapse, so he/she can make a run for it. The lioness is hoping the antelope tries so she can bring it down.

  8. hanging out profile image60
    hanging outposted 8 years ago

    Isaiah 11:6   The wolf also shall dwell with the lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with the kid; and the calf and the young lion and the fatling together; and a little child shall lead them.

      Isaiah 11:7   And the cow and the bear shall feed; their young ones shall lie down together: and the lion shall eat straw like the ox.

    one day smile

  9. Kumar R Chitnis profile image60
    Kumar R Chitnisposted 8 years ago

    In this picture both animals are unaware of each other. Both animals are not looking at their enemy. So i can say photo is edited or both are in love or caring each other.

  10. ngureco profile image81
    ngurecoposted 8 years ago

    Hi Kumar R Chitnis, and PMS9,

    That image is a real photo that has not been edited. These things do happen. If you check this hub, http://hubpages.com/hub/Hells-Gate-Game … -Baby-Oryx , you will see a real video of a similar situation.

  11. wildorangeflower profile image65
    wildorangeflowerposted 8 years ago

    nice one, nature works in wonder, nice combination although a mother lion can always have mother instinct.

  12. angel115707 profile image59
    angel115707posted 8 years ago

    ha ha these answers are so funny, as if no one sseen this before, they made a whole show about this on discovery or something, but the antelope eventually dies from lack of its mothers milk... it was so sad....

  13. profile image51
    miklanderson2posted 8 years ago

    The lioness likes her dinner fresh. She's just waiting until she is hungry to eat the little antelope.

  14. profile image0
    DoItForHerposted 8 years ago

    Occasionally stuff like this happens in the wild. Those of us who have not had the opportunity to experience a true wilderness find this hard to believe. It is uncommon, but not unheard of. They are not going to be 'friends' forever. Eventually, the predator will eat it or leave it or the prey will take off.

    The lion looks like it has some spots; is that an indicator of a juvenile lion? If so, that could explain a lot in this particular situation. Or the lion could have brought the prey for her young. Or the lion is not hungry and is playing with it. Lots of reasons.

    Why do most assume this is a lioness? Why can't it be a lion? Because it doesn't have a mane and we anthropomorphize that this lion is nurturing the antelope, we assume it must be female. Any juvenile lion could display this behavior.

  15. wlittle profile image59
    wlittleposted 8 years ago

    I like this picture and, yes, this is possible.

  16. MiseryHinata profile image63
    MiseryHinataposted 8 years ago

    That's so sweet ^-^ I've seen animals like that sit peacefully together on Discovery Channel and such, I think it's cute, and just hope the lionness doesn't suddenly get hungry and eat the little antelope

  17. tirelesstraveler profile image78
    tirelesstravelerposted 7 years ago

    Jack rabbits dart and leap with grace and speed.  They are so fun to watch.  I love to watch them in the vineyards near our home.

  18. Mr Nice profile image77
    Mr Niceposted 7 years ago

    https://usercontent2.hubstatic.com/4885959_f260.jpg

    Animals do have emotions and I think it is possible for animals too to develop friendship or love with another animal species.

  19. nancyme profile image62
    nancymeposted 7 years ago

    Oh this is so cute and nice. And they seem so relaxed and at peace. Wouldn't it be great if all humans can also be at peace like these two. smile

 
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