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Different Species Playing Together

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 37yrs • F •
Different Species Playing Together
After watching videos of cats and dogs playing together, cats and birds being friendly, a bird patting a cat, a chimpanzee bottle feeding a tiger baby, a cockatoo feeding spaghetti to a dog, polar bears hugging wolves, and perhaps the clincher: a human and a crocodile rolling around together (and no not Steve Irwin style); I am coming to the belief that if provided the opportunity, that most species that have a cerebral cortex, will be in essence be kind to each other. That if they had all the food they needed, and hence did not have to constantly worry about their survival, that animals with a cerebral cortex have a propensity to be social and friendly with each other.

The cerebral cortex is the part of our brain that largely controls our memory, attention, perceptual awareness, thought, language, and consciousness. It also enables us to interact more efficiently and to create meaning to our worldly experiences. All mammals have a cerebral cortex. Of course crocodiles and birds are not mammals, so what about the? Well it turns out that crocodiles do actually have a cerebral cortex, as do birds (in birds the size of the cortex must vary seeing as there exists ranging intelligence's between different bird breeds).

So checkout these videos, (some of which seem like they're out a Disney movie,) and see for yourself how these different animals are capable of playing and interacting with each other in ways that transcend their separation by species.

These two videos show the same cat dog, the first video is great, i just kept staring at them go back and forth pawing and clawing and kissing each other. There's this one moment towards the end where the owner must have moved and they both look up at the same moment like siblings interrupted from their game and them they get right back at it.
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Wild polar bears being friendly with dogs:
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A parrot petting a cat:
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A sleepy cat with a budgie type bird:
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A cockatoo feeding it's buddy the dog spaghetti:
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A tiger with dogs:
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A raccoon with a dog:
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Unbelievable - A rat with a cat:
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