10. Kawaii Koalas
Just look at this koala mom and her super cute joey. Did you know mother Koala’s only give birth to and raise one baby at a time? At birth, baby koalas are both tiny and blind.
For about the first six months they live in their mom’s pouch while they develop their features.
9. Wonderful Warthogs
Who says warthogs aren’t cute? These little piglets are absolutely adorable, and they clearly know it! These are definitely some of our favorite baby animals.
8. Cool Camels
Like mother like calf, this cutie camel calf is just hanging out with its mom just being cool. Did you know camel calves are born with their eyes open? They can be up and running around just hours after they’re born.
7. Orangutan Hugs
Mom is getting sweet hugs and so much love from her little one here. We bet orangutans give pretty amazing hugs, too. When grown, their arms stretch out even longer than their bodies.
For some larger males, they can stretch as far as 8 feet from fingertip to fingertip.
6. Jaguar Cuddles
Kitty cuddles are just the cutest, aren’t they? This jaguar cub and its mom are just lounging around here, but soon she’ll be teaching this youngster to hunt.
5. Just Hangin’ Out
How sweet is this kangaroo mom and her cutie kid? Her little joey is just hangin’ out in her pouch without a care in the world. Like many other marsupials, kangaroo joeys are born blind, furless, and teeny tiny in size.
They live inside their mom’s pouch until they’re big enough to peek out.
4. Monkeying Around
A black-capped squirrel monkey sits in the trees with her adorable little baby. These adorable monkeys are native to South America and can be found from Costa Rica to Bolivia and central Brazil.
What’s interesting about them is, proportionately, they have the biggest brains of all primates. While humans have a 1:35 ratio, these monkeys have a brain mass to body mass ratio of 1:17. Crazy, huh?
3. Resting Goats
This kid seems to be enjoying a nice day out in the sun with its mom. Sure, this youngster may look a bit smug, but there’s no denying it’s still cute.
2. Simply Stripes
This little foal is just too cute for words. Known for their stripes, zebras have one of the most unique coats of all animals. Like fingerprints, no two sets of stripes are the same either.
1. Precious Pachyderms
Mom and her calf are out for a stroll, and aren’t they just adorable together? There’s something just so incredibly lovable about baby elephants. We’re not sure what it is, but they’re one of our favorite baby animals. We just can’t help but adore them.