Interspecies Intermingling of the Day

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Interspecies Intermingling of the Day: Lacey the Alpaca meets one of the farm's new kittens for the very first time.

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Interspecies Intermingling of the Day

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Interspecies Intermingling of the Day: Potato the Bulldog gets a face full of horse tongue, courtesy of a NYPD destrier. 

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Everybody Needs A Hobby of the Day

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Everybody Needs A Hobby of the Day: A squirrel sucks face with a dinosaurs in a photo that Redditor ecn04002 says took him 45 minutes to snap:

I had to get him close to the table with a trail of seeds... slowly trusting me as I would move around him. Then got him to climb up the table where

Interspecies Intermingling of the Day

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Interspecies Intermingling of the Day: Photographer Vitaly Ktach captured this tender moment between a cat and a fawn at the Odessa Zoo in Odessa, Ukraine.

"The affectionate behaviour of the cat towards the young deer had myself and other visitors watching in disbelief," Ktach is quoted as saying.

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Afternoon Snack

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Afternoon Snack: Mr. Raccoon and Mr. Ferret get well acquainted.

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Interspecies Intermingling of the Day

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Interspecies Intermingling of the Day: Dodo the chimp feeds two-month-old tiger cub Aorn at the Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm and Zoo near Bangkok, Thailand.

Dodo's handlers have trained the two-and-half-year-old primate to feed the zoo's tiger cubs after noting that he showed no fear in their presence.

"It's not difficult as he knows how to hold the bottle," veteran zoo employee Sirinaj

Interspecies Intermingling of the Day

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Interspecies Intermingling of the Day: The Pocatello Zoo's 4-year-old elk Shooter was recently caught on tape saving a drowning marmot that fell into a water tank in its enclosure.

"When we saw it down on the ground and he was nudging it and it was moving, it was like, ‘That's incredible'," zoo official Kate O'Conner told KPVI News 6. "He deliberately took that animal out of the tank."

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