We humans often forget the fact that we are not the only intelligent beings inhabiting this planet.
While we live our lives with routines getting busier and busier, going from place to place in our concrete jungles trying to make a living or make our lives, we miss out on a lot of things.
We miss out on interacting with other beings sharing the same home, the same resources, and the same planet.
Watch the interaction between two completely different animals below.
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Video credit: Rumble
For most of us, the interaction with animals is limited to that with our pets or the videos and photos of wildlife we watch, managing some time out of our busy lives.
Looking back at history and forward into the foreseeable future, it can be said that we’re loving animals more and more as time goes by.
Many animals, the like of pigs, rabbits, hedgehogs, and wolves which were either considered a threat or a feast are now being domesticated and loved.
Animals also have rules of mutual interaction, the ‘wild’ beasts have a social system and social places in their lives.
Even the relations between the predator and the prey has rules, and animals abide by them. It is also seen that in desperate times, differing species take care of one another.
One example of animal-to-animal interaction is this video we are looking at here.
While the penguins are swimming by on the other side of the glass, a dog very eagerly tries to touch them, only touching the glass with his nose as a result.
The curiosity of the dog for the penguins, and the penguins swimming toward the furry fellow only to realize there’s a barrier in between is hilariously amazing to watch.
We might not be able to fully understand all the dimensions of animals and their inter-species interactions.
But we can maybe learn a lesson or two from these animals: if they can live happily across species, why can’t we do the same.
This video shows two animals which are poles apart trying to interact in a polite and humble way and we do need to take notes from this.