Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Bonding



I found this video clip just amazing, yet not surprising when you realize a bond can be very strong indeed between two living creatures.

17 comments:

  1. Wow, that was incredible. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  2. Now I`am sniveling and having to blow my nose !-that was incredible-very touching.

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  3. Beautiful! But I feel bad for the gorilla because Damian had to leave again.

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  4. thanks for that:-lovely
    have you seen the footage of the gorilla in jersey zoo( the english island and not the US city)?
    google in jersey zoo, gorilla, little boy
    : a little boy fell into the gorilla pit and sustained a head injury and the male gorila protected him before help arrived!!

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  5. So very touching. I loved how he wouldn't let him go!

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  6. Absolutley fantastic.
    My brother was head Elephant keeper for John Aspinall the founder of Howletts and Port Lympne. They have a marvelous ethos for returning animals to the wild.

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  7. My gosh! That was wonderful!

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  8. Amazing. But must be confusing for the gorilla and a bit sad.

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  9. Aw, you're going to make me cry. And that's not really my thing. Sweet story. m.

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  10. I saw this video earlier. It is very touching. Anyone who says animals don't remember are, well, close minded.
    Hugs.
    Oh, I just read the comment you left on my sisters blog. You are so funny!!! Thanks for the morning smile.
    Another hug! :)

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  11. So beautiful, I just know in my heart of hearts. They have souls! Thanks for sharing, Mal

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  12. most moving and i also had to blow my nose... (sheepishly he admits...). while i don't like human interference, if it meant saving a life at some point, fine!! returning them to the wild is best, as long as they can adjust. this was...a tremendous moment. i envy (which is rare for me) tha man who experienced this first hand. there is indeed a connection between primates, which we are, despite what some people might think.
    thanx Jim!! well worth sharing.
    gotta go!! gotta go blow my nose again...
    sinuses problems, you know...
    ;)~
    HUGZ

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  13. That's pretty sweet.There is so much good in the world.

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  14. I'm torn...this is so beautiful but then I found it quite sad...nevertheless amazing!

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  15. ...SO very beautiful ....so touching....I love indeed this wonderful documentation of how magic can be a real FRIENDSHIP, Jim !

    Look at Damian's happy face at the end of the short clip........

    Wonderful people which do such incredible and unbelievable work with animals!

    Animal Planet; a great program where I watch together with my boys beautiful documentaries about extraordinary stories of humans and animals!!!

    Living on top of a hill in a protectet natural park I made some incredible experiences with wild animals like resciuing a hurt little aigle; after he was well he lived with us for more than two years, completely free..., what wonderful memories!

    Have a gret sunny day, Jim!!

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