Tuesday, August 20, 2013

5 chú thú rừng tý hon: 1 cọp, 2 sư tữ và 1 chó rừng


 

 
- 5 chú thú rừng tý hon: 1 kọp, 2 sư tữ và 1 chó rừng bị mẹ bõ rơi, dược kứu và chung sống với nhau trong một "dại za dình" vui vẽ.
- Chú kọp -5 tháng tuỗi - thì luôn dến zành fần ăn kũa mình trước.
- Chú chó rừng thì 6 tháng tuỗi. Chơi đùa ồn ào nhất.
- Trong vòng 2 năm tới, trước khi kác con vật nầy trưỡng thành và trỡ thành các thú rừng săn thú sống khác dễ ăn, chúng sẽ dược chia ra dễ sống riêng rẽ.

Just one big happy family: Abandoned lion, tiger and hyena cubs who all play together

 

  • When these five baby animals were all abandoned by their mothers their chances of survival were slim
  • But now the three lions, a tiger, and a spotted hyena are having a happier time at the Akwaaba Lodge in South Africa
  • Will transform into predators in two year's time - so they will be split up and live in separate enclosures
  • The animals share the same living enclosures and even share meal times together
PUBLISHED: 14:16 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 07:06 GMT, 26 April 2013
 
When these five baby animals were all abandoned by their mothers their chances of survival were slim.
But now the three lions, a tiger, and a spotted hyena are having a happier time at the Akwaaba Lodge in Rustenburg, South Africa, where they live under one roof.
The owner of the four- star hotel, Layla Cajee, has raised the cubs from birth.
 
Special bond:
Special bond: Five of nature's most fearful beasts have formed a bond - after they were abandoned by their mothers
Bright future:
Bright future: The babies - three lions, a tiger, and a spotted hyena are having a roaring good time at the Akwaaba Lodge in Rustenburg, South Africa, where they live under one roof
 A lion cub relaxes
 A tiger cub is fed some meat
Layla said: 'They do squabble over food and the dominant one - the tiger - will come and take her share first. But I try to ensure that all the animals get the same amount and the same cut of meat to prevent them from fighting. After meal times they usually cuddle up together and have a nap'
Leader: Bella the tiger, is five months and is the leader of the pack, while the three lions, Delano, Romeo and Maximus, are also five months
Leader: Bella the tiger, is five months and is the leader of the pack, while the three lions, Delano, Romeo and Maximus, are also five months

 
'In the wild, they would not have stood a chance of survival without their mother's protection. So it's nice to see them growing up together.'
Bella the tiger, five months, is the leader of the pack, while the three lions, Delano, Romeo and Maximus, are also five months, but more timid.
Meanwhile the eldest - Milika the hyena, six months - is the most mischievous in the motley crew.
Layla said: 'The naughtiest of them all is Milika - she's very boisterous and likes to play fight with her siblings.'
Time for tea: The five orphans all hungrily gather around a piece of meat at dinner time
Time for tea: The five orphans all hungrily gather around a piece of meat at dinner time
A lion cub yawns
Naughty: Layla said: 'The naughtiest of them all is Milika - she's very boisterous and likes to play fight with her siblings'
Mischievous: The eldest - Milika the hyena, six months - is the most mischievous in the motley crew
Mischievous: The eldest - Milika the hyena, six months - is the most mischievous in the motley crew
The animals share the same living enclosures and even share meal times together.
Layla said: 'They do squabble over food and the dominant one - the tiger - will come and take her share first. But I try to ensure that all the animals get the same amount and the same cut of meat to prevent them from fighting. After meal times they usually cuddle up together and have a nap.'
But these cute cuddly creatures will transform into predators in two year's time - so they will be split up and live in separate enclosures.
Learning from their elders: A tiger cub and lion cub play together at the Akwaaba Lodge in Rustenburg, South Africa
Learning from their elders: A tiger cub and lion cub play together at the Akwaaba Lodge in Rustenburg, South Africa
Good friends: The animals share the same living enclosures and even share meal times together
Good friends: The animals share the same living enclosures and even share meal times together
Apart: These cute cuddly creatures will transform into predators in two year's time - so they will be split up and live in separate enclosures
Apart: These cute cuddly creatures will transform into predators in two year's time - so they will be split up and live in separate enclosures
Care: The owner of the four- star hotel, Layla Cajee, has raised the cubs from birth
Care: The owner of the four- star hotel, Layla Cajee, has raised the cubs from birth
Sleep hard, play hard: Two lion cubs relax at the Akwaaba Lodge in Rustenburg
Sleep hard, play hard: Two lion cubs relax at the Akwaaba Lodge in Rustenburg