10 Cutest Baby Animals You Need To Pet
- Published on: Friday, March 6, 2020
- 10 Cutest Baby Animals You Need To Pet
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I guess by now you already realized how much we love animals on this channel. There are tons of videos about them and you should check them out if you haven’t done so. But if you clicked on this video it is because you want to see the “10 Cutest Baby Animals You Need to Pet”. I went ahead and searched for as many baby animals as I could and I came up with this list that I’m sure will melt your heart. So let's go and explore different corners of the world to find where these cute little animals live. Check out the ones I have at the top of the list...they're by far the cutest animals I've ever seen and if you haven't pet one yet, you might want to change that soon!
Every year, around the months of December and January, a new batch of polar bears is welcomed into the Arctic. It's a very exciting time for polar bear families because these little ones usually come in pairs and sometimes, they even welcome three of these cute babies at the same time. The mother usually gives birth once every three years, but in some areas some bears might give birth every two years. Once the babies are delivered, they stay with their moms until the spring, towards the end of March and the month of April. Their most preferred activities are nursing and lots of cuddles from their moms, because their fur is not developed enough to help them stand the cold. Another interesting fact is that these cubs are born with their eyes closed, which keeps them quite inactive for their first stage of life.
Hippos are massive animals, but have you seen their babies? They're so small and weigh so little compared to the sizes of their adult counterparts. In fact, a baby pygmy hippo, which is native to West Africa, weighs just a little more than some of the big newborn human babies. And still..hippos only spend 8 months inside their moms, that's even less than most humans!
And just like all mammals, hippos need their mommas for nursing, but in the case of hippos...they learn to do it underwater! Hippos spend at least 16 hours in the water, so their babies develop a skill that allows them to keep their ears and nostrils closed while they get the food from their mom. But interestingly enough, they don't swim
The cheetah is not only the fastest animal on land, but it is also a very intimidating creature! However, their babies are the total opposite. They are so cute and so small that you will just want to hold them and pet them
Weighing less than a can of soda, baby cheetahs are defenseless and very dependent on their mom. They are born in groups of three and sometimes even five cubs in one go. While the adult version of this animal is popular for their spotted fur, the cubs have a darker, ash gray colored fur
Orangutans are known to be very cuddly and caring. Sure, trying to hold them can be quite scary once they get to a certain size, but still, they will be happy to pose for your picture as long as you don't threaten them. But, have you seen their babies? If holding a regular orangutan is already a heart warming experience wait until you see the little ones. Their small faces are all wrinkled and their hands and feet are probably the thinnest you've seen, but they will be happy to give you a hug. The little orangutans are so small that they need a lot of help from their mom.
Clumsy and fluffy are two of the characteristics that make the next baby so cute: the baby penguins! The fairy penguin, the smallest of them all, comes to the world with only 35 grams of weight, looking almost like those chicks you see at the farms. But there's also another kind of penguin called emperor, which can weigh 315 grams at birth, and that’s one you might remember from the movie Happy Feet.
And here’s another animal that will scare you once it reaches adulthood, but it will make you wanna cuddle and hold it tightly as a baby. I'm talking about the tigers. These babies are born in a secluded and safe space that their mom chooses for them to come into the world. They are born blind, weighing a bit less than a kilo, which makes them very dependent on their mother to learn the ways of this world.
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