Watch: Unlikely Animal Friendship at Okla. Zoo

By ABC News

Jul 17, 2013 1:15pm

An unlikely friendship has blossomed between four members of the animal kingdom at the Garold Wayne Interactive Zoological Park in Wyneewood, Okla.

A baby chimp, baby wolf, and two baby tigers have bonded and become quite inseparable, according to zookeepers. The foursome, seemingly unaware that they are normally competing species in the wild, has been playing together and even snuggling one another, as seen in a video shared on YouTube.

“They’re teaching us all a valuable lesson that there are no boundaries in friendship,” “GMA” anchor Lara Spencer said on “GMA LIVE!”

The zoo, which is dedicated to the preservation of endangered animals, is still rebuilding after suffering serious damage during the deadly May tornadoes that left widespread destruction across Oklahoma City.

The park has rescued more than 1,400 animals who have been abandoned or abused and placed over 1,200 in zoos and sanctuaries around the world, according to their website. To learn more about the zoo and how to contribute to their cause, click here.

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