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Fifteen years ago, Noah’s Ark Animal Sanctuary rescued three wild cubs: a baby Bengal tiger, a baby African lion, and a baby black bear.
Confined in the horrid depths of a basement in Atlanta, these three cubs had sustained terrible injuries, and were severely malnourished when found.
Fortunately, the wildlife sanctuary nursed them back to health — and since then, the three of them have never been separated again.
It’s wonderfully curious to see how these three wild animals interact day in and day out. Out in the wild, they would most likely never have gotten along, let alone crossed each other’s paths.
But here in the sanctuary, they have learned to live harmoniously and provide each other with much comfort and affection over the years.