Is that time of the week again, where we bring you lots of tiny little cute baby animals to feast your eyes upon. For the other posts click here
Baby Emus – Kruemel and Cockie
Emu chicks Kruemel (L) and Cockie pose for a picture on May 18, 2010 at the Tierpark zoo in Solingen, western Germany. Kruemel hatched out of the egg on April 30, Cockie on May 1, 2010. The flightless birds are native to Australia.
Baby Elks – Hagen and Finn
Two young European elks and their mother “Beta” walk through their enclosure at the Tierpark zoo in Berlin on May 18, 2010. The twins called “Hagen” and “Finn” were born on May 15, 2010 at the zoo.
So what we have here is a lemur sitting next to a tortoise while looking into a glowing log. If this isn’t a prelude to some sort of crazy magical adventure, I don’t know what is.
Personally I can’t wait for the movie to be made and their likeness to grace cereal boxes, Burger King toys, and fruit snacks for years to come.
These funky monkeys look footloose and fancy free as they strut their stuff in the forest clearings they have made their dance floor.
The athletic footsteps – and unusual choreography – of three different groups of monkeys were captured by Anup Shah and his partner Fiona Rogers in this spectacular series of photographs.
The Verreaux’s Sifakas (Lemurs) – with their silky cream and brown fur and long tail – were hopping across a forest opening in Berenty Private Reserve, Madagascar.
They threw their arms into the air and extended their tails to help them balance as they bounced off in search of fresh fruit.