CC Madhya 17.42

vyāghra-mṛga anyonye kare āliṅgana
mukhe mukha diyā kare anyonye cumbana
Word for word: 
vyāghra-mṛga — the tigers and deer; anyonye — one another; kare — do; āliṅgana — embracing; mukhe mukha diyā — touching one another’s mouths; kare — do; anyonye cumbana — kissing one another.
Translation: 
Indeed, the tigers and deer began to embrace one another, and touching mouths, they began to kiss.