A parrot and a dog settle a dispute over who gets to eat the last of the yogurt.
A rather fascinating look at Saudi Arabian baboons who "adopt" feral puppies and raise them as pets.
The "adoption process" is closer to kidnapping than rescuing, so be warned -- the first couple of minutes make for some pretty rough viewing.
Samantha, a 47-year-old western lowland gorilla at the Erie Zoo, has been all alone since her companion Rudy passed away in 2005. Zookeepers decided to try and alleviate her loneliness by giving her a pet: Panda the Dutch rabbit.
Initially cautious, the keepers introduced them in increments before leaving Panda alone with Samantha (keeping an escape hatch open just in case). But their concern quickly abated as the two took to each other right away.
Samantha's handlers say they aren't worried as she's never expressed anything but fondness toward Panda. Still, they say the bunny is more than capable of holding his own.
"He's fearless," says the zoo's chief executive, Scott Mitchell. "He's not threatened by her. More often they're closer together than they are farther apart."
Interspecies Intermingling of the Day: A Chinese farmer claims his cat has suddenly begun acting like a mother to a brood of 30 newborn chicks.
Lao Yang, of Suibing County in Heilongjiang Province, says Niu Niu's initial intentions were not immediately clear. "I came back home and found Niu Niu had got into the chicks' box and I thought she was going to eat them," he is quoted as saying. "I