Animals | February 18, 2023 1:25 PM | hangbony
The strange couple: Do Do, a two-year-old chimp, gives milk to Sorn, a two-month-old tiger.
Aor, a two-month-old tiger cub, and Do Do, a two-year-old chimpanzee, have developed a strong friendship, as seen in some recent photos.
It’s true, chimpanzees can display a strong maternal instinct just like humans do, and this adorable photo proves it.
As featured on BuzzFeed and Neatorama, a two-year-old chimp named Do Do holds a tiger cub named Aor in her arms and feeds her with a milk bottle.
Do Do at oe she puts the bottle in her mouth, as a human mother would to see if the milk is suitable for her baby.
Completely at ease in each other’s company, the ape’s motherly instincts take over as she attentively bottle feeds the baby𝑏𝑦 tiger. Do Do tenderly holds the tiger in her arms as Aor gratefully laps up the milk.
For some unexplained reason, Do Do is wearing a pair of deim shorts—perhaps to protect her thighs from Aor’s claws.
Still, it seems strange that a mouse would act like a mom to a tiger. If they were really wild, it’s hard to believe the two would get out in the wild. However, the zookeepers do appear to be looking out for the animals’ safety first: Do Do is wearing a pair of deim shorts, likely to protect her thighs from Aor’s claws.
The odd couple was captured on video at Samt Praka Crocodile Farm and Zoo on the outskirts of Bangkok, Thailand. The zoo houses 80,000 crocodiles, but also monkeys and tigers, as well as elephats, lions, horses, and hippopotamses.
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