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For The First Day Of Spring, Here's An Adorable Lamb
This newborn cutie isn't baaasshful.
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It's A Boy! April The Giraffe Gives Birth Again
The newborn giraffe was on his feet within 45 minutes.
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Grieving Mother Orca Whale Carries Dead Calf For Days
It's yet another loss for the Pacific Northwest's starving orca population.
Baby Panda Born At Tokyo Zoo
There’s a new panda cub at the Ueno Zoo in Tokyo.
500,000 Baby Turtles Will Be Released To Help Save Vulnerable Species
Armed guards reportedly protect the animals' nesting sites.
Adorable Baby Elephant Will Always Be Too Big For The Kiddie Pool
This not-so-little guy makes a splash.
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Here's How To Tell If That 'Orphaned' Baby Animal Really Needs Your Help
Way too many people are "rescuing" baby animals that don't need rescuing.
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Watch Heroic Rescuers Reunite Crying Otter Pup With Mom
You can almost hear the mother going, "Thanks, guys!"
Guy Tries To Steal Bird Mom's Egg, Gets What He Deserves
Don't do this.
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These Baby Animals Are Yawning, But Not For The Reason You Might Think
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These Orphaned Baby Sloths Will Give You All The Warm Fuzzies
Adorbz to the nth degree.
Bemustached Cop Who Rescued Kitten Now Flooded With Marriage Proposals
He rescued her from a dumpster! What a guy.
You've Never Loved Anything Like This Fox Cub Loves His Stuffed Bunny
Orphaned Puggle is getting rehabilitated so he can one day go back to the wild.
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WATCH: Baby Animals Are Even Cuter When They're Yawning
Little Animals, Big Yawns
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Wild Babies Need Trees -- Maybe Even Yours!
Wildlife writer, WildCare's Wildlife Hospital
Every spring, baby animals arrive at WildCare that have been orphaned or injured because their nests were damaged or removed. Most people are appalled to find they have caused these accidents, especially when the injury to wildlife is so easy to prevent: just procrastinate!
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