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    • OLIVIA ASHCRAFT

      Despite being smaller, this rare white tiger seems to be lording it over his wolf chum. As the cubs get older they will have to be separated. Animal experts in the South Carolina sanctuary decided to place the two friends together to better aid their interaction with humans. They bond so well and have become very used to one another. The wolf is bolder than the tiger at the moment, nibbling ears and playing a bit rougher, but that will change as the tiger grows older and larger.

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