White lion, dog become best buds at Darling Downs Zoo in Queensland
Unlikely pair develop special bond
An unlikely pair has become best buds at the Darling Downs Zoo in Australia.
According to staff members at the zoo, Honey the dog and Kwanaza, a rare white lion, are inseparable.
Kwanza was being hand raised because his mother stopped producing milk.
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The 4-month-old lion is white as a result of a recessive gene, posted Darling Downs Zoo, and no white lions have been seen in the wild since 1994.
The two animals "developed a special bond" and spend time exploring, wrestling and playing together.