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This real story is 1 of my favorites! 

I copied part of the article below for everyone to read along with the link.

And the pictures of these animals are not worth a 1000 words,

but are worth 5000 words - as descriptive preview of what life in Jehovah's New World will be like with all the various animals!

 

And then when we read this scripture below of  after looking at these wonderful pictures, the scripture jumps to life, showing that Jehovah's promises are not some myth or unattainable promise. So our Faith increases more!  :)

                              

 

 

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"The wolf will reside for a while with the lamb, And with the young goat the leopard will lie down, And the calf and the lion and the fattened animal will all be together. . ."

(Isaiah 11:6)


The Bible in Living English words Isaiah 11:6 this way:

“And wolf will be sheep’s tenant.”
 

 

 

"Bear, Lion and Tiger Become an Inseparable Trio After a Sharing a Traumatic Past"

 

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An American black bear, an African lion, and a Bengal tiger are the best of friends at the Noah's Ark Animal Sanctuary (NAAS) in Locust Grove, Georgia. In fact, they're known collectively as the BLT (an acronym for bear, lion and tiger) around the rescue center.

They are so inseparable that the trio shares living quarters, which is usually dangerous for wildanimals of different species, according to NAAS Curator Allison Hedgecoth.

Hedgecoth explained that the danger in placing powerful animals together is that they can often misinterpret each other. While cat species, like Leo the lion and Shere Khan the tiger, might be able to coexist, a different species, like Baloo the bear, might be a risky addition because their methods of communicating are completely foreign to each other.

"Even though they live in a three-acre enclosure, they're usually within 100 feet of each other," Hedgecoth explained to InsideEdition.com. "That's proof that they're not just coexisting or cohabiting, they actually do enjoy each other's company."

Further proof is that the trio prefers to eat next to each other, which is rare since their natural instinct is to be protective of their food.

But Hedgecoth said that she has no doubt the BLT are communicating perfectly, especially in the way the playful Baloo teases the stoic Leo.

"Once a day, the bear will bite the lion on the eyebrow, or he will grab his eyebrow and pull" and Leo might respond with a growl, Hedgecoth said. She compared the interaction to the way loving brothers might try to annoy or embarrass each other, adding that the animals have never injured each other.

"The tiger is very mischievous," Hedgecoth said. "He likes to sneak up behind them."

http://news.yahoo.com/bear-lion-tiger-become-inseperable-160800033.html


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