Finnish photographer Lassi Rautiainen photographed an unusual friendship that has blossomed between a female grey wolf and a brown male bear in the wilds of Northern Finland.
According to the 56-year-old nature photographer, he spotted the unlikely pair spending several hours together for ten days straight between 8pm and 4am. The two young animals would sit down to eat together and enjoy the spectacular views for up to two hours.
Although it is considered strange to see a bear and a wolf develop a close bond, Lassi believes that the youngsters were alone and clueless of how to survive alone.
Lassi told the Daily Mail UK:
“It is nice to share rare events in the wild that you would never expect to see.”
Check out the awesome pictures here:
“No-one can know exactly why or how the young wolf and bear became friends.”
“I think that perhaps they were both alone and they were young and a bit unsure of how to survive alone.”
These unlikely pals were spotted meeting up at night for ten straight days.
Nature photographer Lassi Rautiainen captured their heartwarming photos.
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Please stop using plastic drinking straws!
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Drinking straws have existed even before 3000 BCE, and as the drinking straw was patented in the late 1800s by Marvin Stone, many other different types of straws have been invented. Drinking straws made of plastic, in particular, are the most popular as they are cheap and easy to mold. However, these plastic drinking straws are not only harmful to the environment; they can also be fatal to many animal species.
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How do you simplify economics, then? The answer is easy - use cows.
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Despite age restrictions implemented by Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and the likes, minors find their way so they can register for an online account on these sites. Unfortunately, many online predators are out there, making it difficult for more parents to watch over their children all the time. Also, it is a shame that not all parents fully understand the great dangers of letting young ones use the internet irresponsibly.
To illustrate a point, YouTube prankster Coby Persin came up with another social experiment....