Sometimes you need a break from all the stress and pressure, it is Friday. How about having some fun to see how cute baby animals can be? Now these animals are more or less endangered. So, please also think how to protect and let our descendant still have the pleasure to see those lovely creature.
That is really lovely heart shape. :)
Senior Keeper Suzi Hyde poses with a pair of hand reared baby meerkats named Lia and Roo at London Zoo
A baby giant anteater named Cyrano clings onto his mother’s back at The National Zoo in Washington, DC
An unnamed baby tapir, who was born on Saturday April 25 at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm, Wraxall, Bristol
Three new born brown bears enjoy an outing in the sunshine in the Attica Zoological Park, on the outskirts of Athens, Greece Picture: EPA
Baby Cotton-Top Tamarin monkeys at the National Zoo and Aquarium in Canberra, Australia
Picture: REX FEATURES
Staff at Howletts and Port Lympne wild animal parks are celebrating the birth of two baby western lowland gorillas Picture: HOWLETTS
A baby hippopotamus walks next to its mother Carlota at Lima Zoo in Peru
A baby hippopotamus walks underwater.
Two-day-old ostrich chicks at an ostrich farm at Hohenfelde near the Baltic Sea, northern Germany
Baby elephants are born big, standing approximately three feet (one meter) tall and weighing 200 pounds (91 kilograms) at birth. They nurse for two to three years, and are fully mature at 9 (females) to 15 (males) years of age. Photograph by William Albert Allard
Lynxes are known for the black tufts of fur on the tips of their ears and their thick fur.
Photograph by Norbert Rosing
Black bears are excellent climbers, scaling trees to play, hide, eat, and even hibernate.
Photograph by Robert Caputo
Dutiful mothers, female polar bears usually give birth to twin cubs, which stay with her for more than two years until they can hunt and survive on their own. Photograph by Norbert Rosing
Baby Pandas Picture: Funtasticus
Baby Tiger in the basket Picture: Funtasticus