How Are the Children of Some Animals

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Bears, cubs, elephants and others.

Swans on the Avon. (Photo by James D. Morgan):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

3. Orangutan in southern Spain. (Photo by Jon Nazca | Reuters):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

4. Family of lions in the zoo Miami. (Photo by Wilfredo Lee):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

5. The two-month Hamlyn’s monkey. (Photo: Sebastien Bozon):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

6. This handsome – kangaroo Goodfellow – largest tree kangaroo, endemic to New Guinea. (Photo Taronga Zoo):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

7. Hippo. (Photo by David W Cerny | Reuters):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

8. Chick flamingos. (Photo by Michaela Rehle | Reuters):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

9. Little koala. (Photo: Guillaume Souvant):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

10. Giraffes at the Zoo Oklahoma City. (Photo by Sue Ogrocki):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

11. White nosorozhek and terrible mother. (Photo by Jack Guez):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

12. Little Manatee. (Photo: Guillaume Souvant):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

13. The snow leopard kitten. (Photo by Scott Olson):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

14. The pig is lying on her mother’s legs. (Photo: Arnd Wiegmann | Reuters):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

15. Family pygmy marmosets. Are some of the smallest representatives of the entire group of primates. (Photo by Raul Arboleda):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

16. Tyuleniha and pup. (Photo by Dan Kitwood):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

17. Orangutans in Borneo. (Photo: Wong Maye-E):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

18. A 4-year-old red panda with mom. The size they are slightly larger than a cat. (Photo by Joe Klamar):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

19. Newborn polar bear in a zoo in Germany. (Photo: Carmen Jaspersen):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

20. And this is a 14-week bear in Munich, Germany. (Photo by Alexandra Beier):

How Are the Children of Some Animals

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