Baby Animal Photo Collection #1 (7 Pictures)
Everyone knows that the baby version of something is always that much cuter, which is why we are regularly going to be making these little compilation galleries of cute baby animals doing what they do best, being cute and adorable.
Anyways, check out our part 1 of what we hope to make into a regular series
Susi, the giraffe
Giraffe baby “Susi” stands in front of her mother “Lotti” in its enclosure in a zoo in Berlin on February 5, 2010. Susi was born on February 1 and is the fifth baby of giraffe mother Lotti.
Grey seal pup
A newly born grey seal pup lies by his his mother Laura on January 27, 2010, at the North Sea Oceannarium in Hirtshals, Northern Denmark. Laura is the fist grey seal in captivity in Denmark ever to give birth to a pup. Ten years ago Laura was found on a beach near Hirthals and brought to the oceanarium.
A six-day-old pink flamingo is seen at the zoo in Cali, Valle del Cauca department, Colombia, on February 2, 2010. For the first time in eight years a pink flamingo is born at the Cali Zoo, and more births are expected in the coming days since ten more eggs of this species are being incubated.
The female of the three Lion cubs, watches from her new enclosure at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm on January 19, 2010 in Bristol, England. The eight-month-old new arrivals, two males and a female originally from Linton Zoo in Cambridge, will hopefully be part of a on-going conservation project between the Uganda Wildlife Project and zoos in the UK.
Brown bear cubs
In this photo released by the Wildlife Conservations Society, a pair of brown bear cubs play in the pool in their new habitat it the Bronx Zoo in New York, Friday, Jan. 8, 2010. The two sibling cubs were rescued along with a third from Baranof Island, Alaska.
Miah the Koala
In this photo provided by the San Diego Zoo, a Koala joey named Miah is shown at the zoo on Monday Jan. 18, 2010.
Abe the mini goat
Abe, a baby “mini” goat walks around at the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Central Park Zoo, Thursday Jan. 21, 2010, in New York. The new kid weighs 10 pounds and is a cross between a Nigerian dwarf goat and a Nubian goat.