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Added by Milena on 15 Oct 2014 01:37
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Tender Photographs Of The Beautiful Bond Between..

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Female cheetah with her cub

Cheetahs, the fastest land mammals, are thought to have some of the strongest maternal instincts in the animal kingdom.

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Orangutan mum with her baby

Despite the lovely look, orangutans are very strong animals. Their strength is believed to be 7 times greater than ours.

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Mare and her sweet foal

Although new born foals may look cutely awkward, they can walk and even run shortly after the birth.

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Panda cub with its parent

Adult panda males can weigh up to 330 pounds but at birth, the cubs are just about 5 ounces.

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Giraffe´s family

Female giraffes give birth while standing up. The calves drop to the ground from about 6 feet height, but it does not hurt them.

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Duck swimming lesson

A hen can lead her ducklings up to a half mile over land after hatching to find a suitable water source for swimming and feeding.

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Baby hippo snuggled up

Although hippos might look a little chubby, they can easily outrun a human. It may be hard to believe but they are one of the deadliest animals in Africa.

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Baby elephant holding its mom´s tail

Like human toddlers, great apes, magpies and dolphins, elephants have also passed the mirror test – meaning they recognize themselves in a mirror.

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Female swan with her cygnet

Adult swans can fly as fast as 60 miles per hour. But they always have time to carry their young ones around.

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Baby rhino with its mom

Rhino pregnancy lasts 15 – 16 months, which is the second longest gestation period after the elephants that carry their fetuses for almost 2 years.

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Female tiger with her cub

Tiger cubs leave their mother when they are around 2 years of age.

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Opossum babies on their mom´s back

The babies of opossum are as small as honeybees and develop in their mother’s pouch.

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Polar bear cub climbing up its mother

In spite of their irresistibly cute look, polar bears are the largest carnivores on land. Males can weigh up to 1500 pounds.

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Red squirrel female with her baby

Squirrels moult their coat twice a year, once after winter and then in late summer before the weather gets colder again.

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Baby alligator sitting on its mother´s head

Alligator eggs become male or female depending on the temperature of the environment. They become male in warmer temperatures and female in cooler temperatures.

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Golden retriever mom with her puppies

Golden retrievers need a lot of attention otherwise they will actually get sad and lonely. They are very social dogs and need interaction with people and other dogs.

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Penguin chick with parents

Penguins are highly social, colonial birds that form breeding colonies that can have tens of thousands members.

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Baby koala on its mother´s back

Baby koalas (also called “Joeys”) live in their mother’s pouch for around six months and remain with them for another six months afterwards.

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Fur seal pup with its mom

Seals spend lots of time in the water, but they breed, give birth to live young and nurse their young on shore.

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Bear climbing lesson

Brown bear mothers can give birth while they are hibernating. Baby bears are born hairless, toothless and blind.

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Tender Photographs Of The Beautiful Bond Between Animals And Their Babies

Pictures of animal babies are the cutest things you can find on the internet. But what may be even more adorable are Photos of little animal babies with their loving and nurturing parents. Check out the tender and incredible bond between animals and their babies in today’s post.

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