Baby seals are also called pups. They stay on land for about a month until their waterproof fur grows in.
Baby pigs are called piglets. A sow, or the mother pig, is pregnant with her piglets for 115 days.
Baby sloths cling to their mother’s back or belly as she moves through the trees for the first few months of their lives.
At birth, baby elephants weigh an average of 250 pounds! They drink about three gallons of milk a day helping them grow into the large, magnificent creatures that they are.
Even though this newborn lamb can’t walk very well yet, he’s still all smiles.
When geese are born they are covered in soft feathers called down. They leave their nest about 24 hours after they hatch and will follow their parents around. They know how to swim right away and less than two months after being born they shed their baby feathers and learn to fly.
Chimpanzees and humans share 95 to 98 percent of the same DNA. Don’t those eyes just make you melt?
When they are born, baby pandas are pink and they only measure about 15 centimeters.
Baby owls, known as owlets, are born with soft, fluffy feathers and typically cannot fly at birth.
A mother meerkat protects her new pups in the Namib Desert in Africa.