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Earth is filled with thousands different animal species. Some are good, some are bad and some are cute.Take a break and go through these cute baby animal pictures, radiating all the best vibrations and emotions!

1A baby hamster

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Hamsters are established as popular small house pets,and partly because they are easy to breed in captivity, hamsters are often used as laboratory animals.

2A baby crocodile

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Crocodiles or true crocodiles are large aquatic reptiles that live throughout the tropics in Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia.

3A baby panda

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It takes about 5 -7 years for a baby panda to become a fully grown giant panda, and a baby panda'sgrowing process is interesting but very difficult.

4A baby porcupine

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Baby porcupines are born with soft, fuzzy quills and rusty red fur. Perhaps even more adorable is what they're technically called - Porcupette

5A baby wombat

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Despite its name, the common wombat is no longer common, and it has been officially a protected animal in New South Wales since 1970

6A newborn armadillo

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A baby armadillo has a soft leathery shell that does not harden until it grows to adult size.

7Newborn doves

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Some mother doves lay eggs two weeks after the babies are born, chase the babies out of the nest so she can lay the next batch and forgets about the babies in favor of the new eggs.

8A baby echidna

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Echidnas are the oldest surviving mammal on the planet today, The baby echidna(called a 'puggle') hatches from the egg by using its egg tooth.

9A baby chinchilla

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A baby Chinchilla is one of the cutest baby animals but they can be a bundle of fur caught in your throat if you do not know how to handle them.

10A baby camel

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A baby camel is called a calf. so, next time you see a baby camel, you could say, "Aww, look at that cute little calf."

11A baby kangaroo

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A baby kangaroo is called a joey. The adult male kangaroos are called bucks, boomers or jacks.

12A baby rabbit

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If you (or the rabbits) were living in the eleventh century, baby coneys, or baby rabbits were called rabbits, but today in the modern age, baby rabbits are called kits or kittens.

13Baby hedgehogs

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Hedgehogs reach sexual maturity in their second year of life, and after this can breed every year until death.

14A Baby deer

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A fawn is a young baby deer that weighs between 4 to 8 pounds when born, similar to a human newborn.

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