Over the years there have been many examples of animals forming loving bonds outside of their species. Although sometimes it happens in the wild, it seems when animals are rescued and placed in environments with what would normally be considered rival species, they seem to get along. Maybe we have a lot more to learn from the animal kingdom than we give credit too.
Cambodia's population of white-rumped vultures is increasing, and the populations of the red-headed and slender billed vultures were found to be stable. This is encouraging news for these scavengers who are presently listed as "Critically Endangered." Learn more about the important culture conservation efforts on the ground in Cambodia including the "vulture restaurants."
This is a very interesting piece that shows how nature can work much better than current technology. Owls homes were brought in to a farm that was having an abundance of rodents and soon the owls populated the homes and naturally culled back the rodent population.