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Kittens. Puppies. Lovely Baby Animals. Baby animals are just the cutest.
From the minute they’re born, they will melt your heart with their beauty, kindness and sweetness. Some of the wild animals are even cuter while small, and little. Here is the photo list of the most beautiful animals. Bongo Calf. Baby Binturong makes her debut. June 2, 2007 at 10:54 pm thinkingshift How cute is this?
To kick-start our week, here’s a photo of Indah, a jet black eight-week old baby binturong, a species of civet usually found in the forests of South East Asia. Indah is the first binturong bred in captivity at Taronga Park Zoo (Sydney, Australia) since the species went on display there in the 1950s. Duck Run. Ultra-cute newborn dolphin being hand-reared. Cute baby Benjamin the orphan pygmy goat at Pot House Hamlet in Yorkshire. Orphaned baby owls Linford and Christie. By Nick Enoch Published: 10:54 GMT, 20 March 2012 | Updated: 14:13 GMT, 20 March 2012 It's not the usual thing you'd expect to find in a kitchen - but these orphaned baby owls seemed right at home as they nestled in two cups.
The feathered pair were clearly having a hoot after moving into the home of their wildlife park keeper, Jimmy Robinson. The six-week-old burrowing owlets, nicknamed Linford and Christie, were hatched in an incubator, and are now being hand-reared by Jimmy - who works at Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire - and are given 24-hour care. This Year's 45 Most Lovable Baby Animal Pictures. Bushbaby Babies! Baby White Cheeked Gibbon. Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo has confirmed their newest swinging sensation, a baby white-cheeked gibbon, is a boy – and boy is he cute!
The 3-month-old critically endangered ape has also been given a name. “The baby has been named Sai, (pronounced ‘sigh’), which means ‘son’ in Burmese said Lincoln Park Zoo Curator of Primates Maureen Leahy. “He is the third offspring – all sons – for the mother Burma and father Caruso.” Lincoln Park Zoo is significantly involved in ape conservation efforts in the wild to help secure a long term future for endangered apes. “Sai has been transforming right before my eyes over the last 3 months,” said Leahy. Photo credits: #1 and #2 John Kortas, #3 Anita Yantz, #4 Lisa Rank (below) White-cheeked gibbons are native to parts of southeastern Asia. Baby Turtle. Civets Kittens. Civets are small, lithe-bodied, mostly arboreal mammals native to the tropics of Africa and Asia.
The Owston's Palm Civet is a civet that lives in the forests and wooded lowland river basins of northern Vietnam, northern Laos, and southern China. These beautiful cubs are part of a conservation breeding programme at Newquay Zoo in Cornwall which also directly supports an overseas conservation project in the civets native home of Vietnam. Director of Newquay Zoo, Stewart Muir said “We are delighted that the breeding programme for this endangered species is doing well. It was only four years ago that the first six Owston’s Civets were allowed out of Vietnam to three UK zoo’s to start a breeding programme.
We have already had 5 cubs here at Newquay, three of which have moved to other UK zoos.” “The project in Vietnam is called the Small Carnivore Conservation Project based at Cuc Phuong National park and helps protect a variety of leopard cat, binturong (cat bear) and pangolins. Moose Calf. Baby Bongo with stick. Random photo Submit your photo Stumble Thru animal photography.
Baby Red Pandas Frolicking in the Snow. Did You Know?: The Names of Animals and their Young. Baby alligator enjoys back scratches. Orphan orangutans in Borneo. By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 13:55 GMT, 27 March 2012 | Updated: 15:47 GMT, 27 March 2012 Fooling around like little rascals these orphaned orangutans are having a great time.
From high-jinx in a wheel barrow to slumbering in a hammock, staff at the Borneo animal sanctuary where they live do their best to keep them entertained. British National Geographic photographer Charlie Hamilton James, 38, captured these incredible pictures of these primates while he travelled the island in the Pacific. 'We like the wheel barrow shot because it's cute,' Charlie said. 6 babies that were rejected by their moms. Sometimes animals in captivity will reject their young.
There are a variety of reasons why they might do this, including the fact that they simply might never have had the chance to learn how to take care of their offspring as they would have in the wild. Here are six examples of baby animals that had to face the world alone… until a helping human stepped in to become ‘mom’. Manatee Mother Protects Her Calf. Newborn Chicks. Eric Isselee photographed the newly hatched chicks of various rare birds.
He photographed them for a year in captivity in France. Take a look how big the chicks are in comparison with its own shell! A hobby like this one requires a lots of time, and Eric just did it. These amazing pets photos are just awesome. Take a look and enjoy. Adorable rescued zoo babies. Interested in uplifting stories on the natural world, sustainable communities, simple food, and new thinking on how to live well?
Please enter a valid email address and try again! Baby Koala Life Story. ZooBorns. The San Diego Zoo’s Mandrill group welcomed a new addition to their ranks last week. Female, Kesi, gave birth to a baby boy, and he is the first Mandrill born at the Zoo in over 14 years. Animal care staff had been watching for Kesi to give birth; but the night before, there were still no signs she was in labor.
The next day, staff members said they were surprised to see Kesi walk out of her bedroom holding her new baby. “It’s like every day we would come in, in the morning, and think like there might be a baby – we don’t know,” Jenny Baublit, senior primate keeper at the San Diego Zoo. “To actually see it was pretty incredible. This is the first baby for Kesi and male Mandrill, Jasper.
Photo Credits: San Diego Zoo/Tammy Spratt The Mandrill (Mandrillus sphinx) is the largest and most colorful of the Old World monkeys. Photos by Jane Burton. African Wild Dog & her pups. 30 Photos of Cute Baby Animals That Can Change Your Mood. Advertisement Being cute is somewhat akin to being a little baby child with a general feel of lovability and affection towards the outlook of the body stature.
Cuteness is best demonstrated through small babies who have all the key features that usually attract the eyes of all and sundry and make a person loveable yet there remains an ever so impossible burning desire to own the intangible aspects. Not only the physical appearance but all the subtle behavioral attributes such as a bit of curiosity, pampered but measured arrogance and all other childlike features comprise the cuteness. The Beauty Of Motherhood In The Animal Kingdom (23 Pics) August 9, 2011 | 32 Comments » | Topics: Pictures. Okapi Mother & Calf. Camel Mother and Calf. Mother and Baby Tapir. Mare and Foal.