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8 Fierce Animals as Adorable Babies

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8 Fierce Animals as Adorable Babies


Even the animal kingdom’s most revered — and feared — predators didn’t start out that way. From helpless cubs to blind pups, check out some adorable baby animals!

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Katie Waldeck

Katie is a freelance writer focused on pets, food and women’s issues. A Chicago native and longtime resident of the Pacific Northwest, Katie now lives in Oakland, California.


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4:50AM PDT on Mar 14, 2013

Cute overload.Thanks for sharing

11:07AM PDT on Mar 10, 2013

Awwwww.... sharing!

1:19AM PST on Jan 14, 2013

yes i'd agree with that list and i'm sure several more species can be added to it!

4:08PM PST on Nov 10, 2012

Overwhelmingly gorgeous!

10:19AM PST on Nov 10, 2012

All babies are cute-and then they grow up!

6:45AM PST on Nov 10, 2012


12:17AM PST on Nov 8, 2012

All baby creatures are adorable. Except for human babies...

1:33AM PDT on Nov 3, 2012

Too cute .thanks for sharing....I also didnt know Raccoons were blind at birth but then again so are baby Koala's and Joeys, which are baby Kangaroos and believe me youd not want to mess with a Kangaroo or a Koala but the latter would be hard b/c they are always up trees but adult kangaroos are good to have a healthy respect too as well as Emus...their chicks are soooooooooooooo cute too.

Um by the way Koala's arent Bears and should never be called Koala Bears..thats a no no...why? Their make up is nothing like that of a bear. They are Marsupials.

Yes. A koala is a marsupial. It is a pouched mammal, and the young (joey) is born extremely undeveloped. It makes its way to the mother's pouch (which, incidentally, is backward-facing) where it latches onto a teat, remaining there for many months to continue its development. The joey stays in the mother's pouch for a few months. When it is old enough, it begins to venture out, clinging tightly to the mother's fur.

Like other marsupials, female koalas have two vaginas, or what are called paired lateral vaginae. These are for the purpose of transporting the sperm to the womb, but there is a midline pseudovaginal canal for actually giving birth.

3:57PM PDT on Nov 1, 2012

great article, thanks for sharing :)

9:09AM PDT on Oct 30, 2012

All so precious, it's hard to believe they grow up to be so fierce!
I was particularly impressed with the buffalo--I didn't know they went to such lengths to protect their young!
Thank you for a most interesting article!

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