Nature that seems unnatural to us always fascinates. Every now and then you find some pictures on the internet that truly make you wonder what the circumstances were when the picture was taken. Other times, you don’t even want to know. Here are some of the best pictures we could find of animals riding on other animals – but not in a gross way.
This doesn’t, to my knowledge, happen naturally. However, at the Guilin Bear and Tiger Mountain Villa in China, they teach bears to do tricks. There are animal performances and feeding shows each day with their 1300 tigers and 400 bears. Ethical? Dunno.
Bird hitching a ride with another bird. Any comments?
They both look very happy, don’t they?
He’s an old cowhand. From the Rio Grande. Cute hat.
A mouse. ON a cat. On a dog. Weird.
Does the turtle look ticked? I think the turtle looks ticked. The cat doesn’t even look smug. It looks like it’s a little worried that the turtle is ticked.
Kittens are great for picking up chicks.
The funniest thing about this is that it looks like the bigger dog’s chain is the bridle and the little dog is, like, steering the big dog.
A majestic Chihuahua riding a Newfoundland? Is that a Newfoundland? That Chihuahua sure is majestic.
I don’t think anybody put that kitten on that pig. I think that kitten got up there all on his own.
While this is adorable, I fear for the rooster and the kitten equally.
Back to China, the animal park at Xiamen in Fujian delights in exploiting animals. I hear the conditions are poor. Someone needs to swoop in there and stop the madness.
That monkey is fearless.
Poor tired monkey.
This is a picture from Team Ghost Riders – Tim Lepard’s traveling monkeys-riding-dogs act. He used to be a bullfighter, and now he does this.
Not only is this monkey riding a goat, but the goat is about to walk on a tightrope.
To get to the other side?
Again, I say, Cute Hat.
If you travel to Peglar’s Farm in Gloucestershire, you may see this.