Animal Odd Couples - The South America episode on KMOS-TV tonight
A tiger cub with no mother in sight. A baby hippo. An abandoned meerkat pup. Without nurturing these infants face certain death. That's where these stories, of inter-species relationships, begin. The Nature episode "Animal Odd Couples - South America," airs at 7:00 tonight on KMOS-TV channel 6.1
Is it possible that a chimp would bottle-feed a tiger cub? That a giant tortoise would snuggle with a baby hippo? Or that a black crow would parent a meerkat? Check it out on this most amazing show. It's great entertainment for the whole family.
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