Saturday, December 27, 2008

Amazing Friendship

Amazing Friendship

Amazing Friendship

Amazing Friendship

Amazing Friendship

Amazing Friendship

Amazing Friendship

Amazing Friendship

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Never Explain Yourself To Anybody
Becoz the person who likes you dosent need it
And the person who dislikes you wont believe it.


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22 comments:

Katherine said...

This is adorable. What an amazing childhood memory this will be for her.

Helena said...

White people.

christie said...

Our future would be so much better if all of us could see the world through the eyes of a child , she world will be that much better for the experiences she enjoys now .

DillPixel said...

lol@Helena

tt said...

what if the fucking monkey dies?

nathalie said...

then it teaches her to deal w/ death.

George said...

It's NOT a monkey, it's an APE!
Besides, she'll be a lot older and more accepting of the fact that death is part of life.

chasitykay said...

poor endangered species won't know what hit him...

Andy said...

That poor animal is going to become a social retard, i.e. not being able to live a normal social life in it's own habitat. Cutey cute pics of wild animals being treated like cuddly toys drives me mad, and I have a deep longing for the animals natural instinct to make a sudden comeback and turn on the human, child or not. Have we not encroached on their habitat enough that we now need to make our habitat theirs? Pffft...let them be, in the wild...

Paul said...

if only mankind was like that

erin said...

i read the article that went along with the first set of pictures that was taken. yes, the orangutan is an endangered species, but is inherently social. this one is in a sanctuary with a family of its own kind. i don't agree with letting humans interact so closely with wild animals, but letting them be in the wild isn't happening either, because they come from places where people hunt them and trade them as pets on the black market (and these are not always "white people" either). so all of you who are angry about this, look at the fate of the animal if it was in the wild, and then look at how it chooses to interact with this cute little girl, and just enjoy it for what it is.

Eric S. said...

when the person said that the ape could die it is true. even though humans and apes are very similar, we carry a lot of bacteria that they are not used to. if the ape were to get some of this from the girl its chances of living are not good. someone said that the girl would be older and able to deal with the apes death but that is not true if she gets the ape sick, it would die very young and then she would have to deal with the potential emotional problems that are associated with death.

frogola said...

they should just make sure the animal does'nt bite the little girl. damn dirty apes

CBell said...

Eric. If the ape gets a bacterial infection from the child, then the humans looking after the sanctuary will give it antibiotics, and the ape will be fine. Besides, assuming that the child is relatively clean and well kempt, and assuming that their play is innocent, there is no reason why her bacteria would make it past the ape's first line of defense.

Charles said...

its a little girl having fun. you guys all suck trying to talk people down with your wannabe psychology bullShhhhh

anjelle-eyes said...

Well said Charles.

jigga said...

Its simple.. the monkey likes the girl, the girl likes the monkey... this is how aids started... haha;Helena and Charles know where its at... and tt, honestly? that doesn't even matter... what if her mom dies?

Kyle Irwin said...

people need to chill out.

Tom said...

orangutans are amazing creatures that must not be allowed to perish.

michael said...

Amazing friends

Adam said...

no.
none of that shit matters.

sorry, but there was an experiment done a while ago where a psychologist adopted an ape as a friend for his own son to determine the conditions at terms of learning at early ages. i suppose it was a simple nature v. nurture case; aquestion of whether nature or our environment most extensively shapes us...

unfortunately, it went horrible awry. although the ape did begin to pick up the common customs and actions of the humans that surrounded him, most notably those of his toddler friend, it worked the other way around.

the baby began to speak solely in the whoops and hollers of the ape.
so yeah, we're infringing upon nature to a horrible degree-
but don't forget, nature can still infringe upon us.
that child may not be as happy as you'd imagine when it grows up, if it's exposed too much now.

The Morholt said...

I can't wait to have kids of my own to expose to wild animals. What's the worst that could happen? And on the bright side, i might get cute pics. Without having to photoshop them, as these obviously have been.