It’s almost impossible to see tigers and wolves as friends. They are considered enemies and it’s out of the rules of nature to see them in peace with each other.
But there is something wonderful about this story. If these two species are enemies in the wild they can be friends on a safari at the youngest age.
These two fellas have become friends since they were a couple of weeks old. It’s so new and incredible to see a wolf and a tiger playing with each other.
The cubs are animal ambassadors at The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species. They were separated from their mothers at a young age. The purpose of the program is to ensure their survival.
The cubs don’t care that their species are old enemies. They like playing with each other. In the early months, wolves are usually bigger than tigers in size.
Now it’s the wolf cub that is pushy with its tiger friend but after several months tigers become bigger than the wolves. At that time it’s already impossible to keep them together as friends.
For now, they are best friends that enjoy chasing each other and eating the same milk formula!