Finnish photographer Lassi Rautiainen has managed to capture on camera the amazing friendship between a female grey wolf and a male brown bear. This strange friendship was documented in 2013, and the pair can be seen walking together, hunting and sharing food with each other.
Both of them sometimes share a convivial carcass meal with each other during the evenings.
They at least hung out for 10 days.
“It is unbelievable to see a bear and a wolf come together like this” In 2013, photographer Lassi Rautiainen shared his thoughts on the photo with the Daily Mail. “From what I could find, it was actually the first time Europe such a friendship has been formed.”
“To this day, no one knows exactly how or why the young wolf and the bear became friends,” he said. “I think they were both lonely and a bit unsure of how to live alone…It’s really nice to share rare occurrences in the wild that you never expect to see.”
Often, Lassi’s guess might be correct. But, yet we can’t come to a conclusion on this wild matter since there are no scientific studies based on it.
“It seems to me that they feel safe being together,” Lassi continued.
The two families of these two species are always meant to scare each other when they meet. However, the female wolf and the male bear can be considered more attentive friends.
They were not only seen when sharing dinner but also when playing.
Indeed, these pictures prove that friendship knows no bounds.
These strange images show the two of them sharing food with each other during their free time.
Personally, for me, this is a friendship that has a Disney origin.
Nature never ceases to amaze us with its unique features. Though we’re baffled, they seem to be enjoying their lives.
“No one can know exactly why or how the young wolf and bear became friends,” stated Lassi. “I think that perhaps they were both alone and they were young and a bit unsure of how to survive alone”.
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