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If you’re having an off day, or just need some smiles, taking a few minutes to squeal at these adorable pictures of baby animals will instantly put you in a good mood. Keep reading for some serious cuteness.
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Baby polar bears don’t develop their fluffy, thick white fur until about two months of age. This is also the month that they start to walk and grow teeth.
Chimpanzees and humans share 95 to 98 percent of the same DNA. Don’t those eyes just make you melt?
Golden Retriever puppies
Golden Retrievers are a very popular family dog. One of the reasons is most likely that Goldens keep their puppy personality for a very long time. They tend to mature much slower than other breeds so they are playful and silly all the way into adulthood.
A mother meerkat protects her new pups in the Namib Desert in Africa.
Brown bear cubs are born during hibernation. They are typically born in pairs. When spring arrives they venture out of their den with their mother to learn survival skills.
Even though this newborn lamb can’t walk very well yet, he’s still all smiles.
Baby penguins are born with fluffy grey plumage making them extra cute. As they get older they start to shed their fluffy feathers to reveal their black and white coat.
At birth, baby elephants weigh an average of 115kg! They drink about 11 litres of milk a day helping them grow into the large, magnificent creatures that they are.
Fun fact: Female baby chickens are called pullets and male baby chicks are called cockerels.
A baby rabbit is called a kit. When they get older, a female rabbit is called a doe and a male is a buck.
Baby owls, known as owlets, are born with soft, fluffy feathers and typically cannot fly at birth.
A baby horse is called a foal and they can stand within two hours of being born.
When geese are born they are covered in soft feathers called down. They leave their nest about 24 hours after they hatch and will follow their parents around. They know how to swim right away and less than two months after being born they shed their baby feathers and learn to fly.
The word “corgi” means dwarf dog. They do grow a significant amount from when they are first born, but their legs remain short for life.
Moose are born with reddish fur, but it changes to brown after about two and a half months.
Baby otters a called pups. They’re born blind and are cared for by their mother, father, and older siblings until they start to gain a little more freedom after 40 days when their eyes open.
Just like otters, baby seals are also called pups. They stay on land for about a month until their waterproof fur grows in.
These little kitties are Maine Coons.
Female tigers can have as many as seven tiger cubs at a time, but sadly around half of all cubs don’t live past the age of two.
Baby pigs are called piglets. A sow, or the mother pig, is pregnant with her piglets for 115 days.
Even as babies, giraffes are still very tall.
Calves, or baby cows, weigh 27 to 45kg at birth.
Flamingos aren’t born the beautiful pink colour that they’re so well known for. They’re actually born grey and white with fluffy feathers.