Baby Chimp, Wolf and Tigers' Unlikely Play Date

Adorable animal babies are caught on tape playing together at the Zoological Park in Oklahoma.
1:32 | 07/17/13

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After the devastating tornadoes that -- hit Oklahoma this spring the Oklahoma City zoo we'll horribly affected well now some adorable news coming from mountain. For a very unlikely friends playing together a baby champ a baby wolf and two baby -- Is -- now and right now whether there's a lot of good at it again and pending plans -- this is not a good video a -- -- -- -- -- -- lives. It looks and -- they're like little -- yeah. On the planet -- apply here. I think that although right now let's keep this on a positive note that the animals I don't come inseparable all the while -- Tiger could take out a chimp in less than three seconds. They spend their time together they hobby. That you. That's Tillman death credible -- the city's. Hottest days seemingly. It's a big review them on the older of the. Starting this -- and that I. Good. -- don't feel good story when you're -- at a tasting -- It's just I mean we're right now I didn't -- all along the fact that these animals in teaching is all valuable lesson when there are no boundaries in friendship. Solid these animals are showing us all that we can play any gas and beat. Those who keep both the active on the -- of well manicured and -- -- -- -- -- I don't think he's everybody that you -- -- -- -- valuable --

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