Top 10 Baby Animals

Top 10 Baby Animals

By Jan Otte

December 09, 2022

Red Panda


Red Pandas have a slight resemblance to bears, but unlike bears, they eat plants and branches of trees. Unlike black and white pandas, baby red pandas look like baby raccoons.

Mountain Gorilla


Gorillas are among the most endangered animal species of all. The reasons are the destruction of their habitats in Africa through deforestation and mining as well as the Ebola virus. In addition, poachers achieve high prices for gorilla meat.



They are born with open eyes and resemble small adults in many ways. While giraffe infants are still within their mothers, their tiny horns are folded flat against their heads and take a few hours to start standing up straight.



The size of a grown-up rabbit is small enough to fit them in your palms. And they can adjust to a comfortable position easily. The baby bunnies can easily fit in a relaxing position in the middle of your hands due to their inch long size.



From birth until weaning, the life of a young hedgehog is unpredictable. The infants are insignificant blobs that don’t do much. They initially resemble a swollen tongue before “shrinking” into their quills.



Unlike the giant, elephants are grass-eating mammals who do not tend to harm others unless anyone provokes them. Elephant calves weigh only about 300 pounds at birth while potentially developing into one of the world’s largest land creatures.



Calves of dolphins have no control over how much they eat. They are born with an imperfect vision, and due to this, newborn dolphins require a specialized method to find their moms during the first few days of their lives.



Lambs are sheep that are younger than one year old. When exploring the top 10 cutest baby animals, we can’t resist this cute baby who looks as pure as snow. This adorable miniature is covered with heavy curly hair.



Think about the most playful animals; the seal is one of those most friendly non-human mates. Pups are used for young seals, regarded as pups from birth until weaning at about a year old.



For the first two to three weeks of life, fawns only consume their mother’s milk until they can taste the grass. To prevent luring predators to their young, moms leave their young fawns alone while they go to feed.

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