The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species aka T.I.G.E.R.S. is located in southern Florida. This incredible organisation provides a habitat and rescues wild animals. As you can probably guess from the acronym, many of their residents are tigers. Other species like orangutans, zebras, elephants, and other big cats also find century with them.
These animals are free to roam and often find themselves creating friendships with some of the other residents. One such unlikely friendship is the friendship between this Labrador, name Bella, and this four time African elephant, named Bubbles.
Bella and Bubbles love to swim, and their shared love for swimming has allowed them to form a deeper bond. Their friendship took a while to forge because Bella was initially cautious around Bubbles because of her size. But now they are the greatest friends.
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