A pair of four-week-old Sumatran tiger cubs have become best friends with some baby orang-utans while sharing a room at an Indonesian zoo.
The cuddly creatures, who were abandoned at birth, have become inseparable and spend hours playing and cuddling up together.
Their friendship is very unusual because tigers and orang-utans are normally enemies in the jungle where they usually live.
"This would never happen in the wild," said zookeeper Sri Suwarni. "Like human babies, they only want to play."
Sadly their friendship won't last. The tigers will have to be separated from their playmates before they are three months old as that's when they develop a taste for eating meat!