Here is a picture of a giant tortoise and an orphaned baby hippo who forged an unusual friendship after the 2004 tsunami in southeast
Asia. Mzee , a 130-year-old Aldabran tortoise, became a surrogate parent and inseparable friend to hippo Owen who was washed out to sea off the coast of Kenya, rescued by villagers and taken to a wildlife park where the tortoise lived.
Owen and Mzee live, sleep and play together, and are also creating a language of their own. They have created sounds unique to hippo or to tortoise and use gentle nods and pushes to communicate with one another. Check out their blog Owen and Mzee
"Their true story that borders on the unbelievable teaches us many beautiful lessons on many levels," said their caregiver.
This road bridge passes through a valley of the river Tarn near to the city of Mijo in southern France. It is the highest transport bridge in the world, one of its supports is 341m — that's higher than the Eiffel Tower, and only 40 meters less than Empire State Building.
It is amazing isn't it that animals can overcome differences and learn to communicate while we humans can't or don't want to and that we have learned to build great structures but we don't seem to know how to build the bridges between us.
God built a bridge too, called Jesus, it is up to us if we choose to cross it.