If you had the chance to choose one of the following animals as a pet, would you dare to choose?
Today, when we talk about pets, we often think of dogs, cats or more exotic animals like geckos … But, somewhere on Earth, people choose to raise children. pets of many species that we dream of, such as crocodiles, snakes, just enough to shiver, not to mention hug them. If you don’t believe it, the following stories are proof:
Here is Wattana Thongjon, lying comfortably on her Kheng crocodile in 2002. No one knows how big this crocodile will be, but Wattana’s dad said he found the animal when it was first seen. hatched from eggs 3 years ago. Kheng eats raw chicken, lives under one roof with Wattana’s family and two pet dogs.
Every child needs a friend. And this is the boy Oeun Sambat from Cambodia holding his python friend, also known as dear “baby Na”, named Chamreun (luck). Many believe that this child has a supernatural ability that can control the fierce animal by his side so that he does not attack him.
Who needs a horse when you can ride a crocodile, ten thousand times more powerful. This photo was taken at a crocodile farm in Los Angeles, USA in the 1920s.
Two young lions live at the home of veterinarian Tatyana Efremova in Ukraine in December 2005. In addition to these two animals, Tatyana also feeds many other scary animals.
Domingo Pianezzi is surfing with his pet a camel named Pisco in the capital, Lima, Peru, in March 2010. Domingo is a talented surf coach while Pisco is an avid learner.
The photo, taken in January 2009, shows Socke, a 3-year-old camel living with his owner, Nicole Doepper, in Germany. Socke has been here since birth with a severed leg from being attacked by other animals.
Singer Elvis Presley and his kangaroo. He then sent him back to the Memphis Zoo.
While on a business trip, former United States President Theodore Roosevelt received a badger from 12-year-old Pearl Gorsuch. Mr. Theodore Roosevelt brought the animal home and handed it over to Archie’s son. According to Archie, badgers have a habit of biting people’s legs but “never attack the face.”
Mr. Jim Sautner has been raising this Bailey D buffalo since he was very small. This animal loves the feeling of being part of the family and loves to come into the owner’s house.
Princess is a Shetland horsewoman who drinks beer every Sunday and loves to eat with her owner. In return, Princess is the mental cure for cerebral palsy owner Clarissa.
Jatra was raised by a young Sohag in the capital Dhaka, Bangladesh. Like dogs, this monkey often shows affection by licking its owner’s face.