CUTEST Animal Babies!
- Today you’re going to be emitting sounds like, “Ahhh,” and “Awwww,” and you’re going to be saying things like, “I really want one,” and “I wish it was legal to keep this baby animal as a pet,” so, enjoy our list of incredibly cute baby animals, and grab a few tissues if you’re feeling a little emotional.
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6 - Cape Fur Seals
Endemic to Southern Africa, Cape Fur Seal pups are adorable! There are roughly 2 million cape fur seals living in large colonies, enjoying the warmer waters of Africa. Male seals who have reached their sexual maturity will have a harem of females to mate with, sometimes consisting of as many as 50 females! Gestation is 8-months but can be delayed by a few months so that the mother can give birth at the beginning of summer! Pups are heavily reliant on their mother, as they are born without blubber and can’t swim. They are suckled by their mom and can swim well by 3-months old. Moms give birth to a single pup at a time.
5 - Hippos
Weighing 100-pounds or 45-kilograms at birth, baby hippos are 100-pounds or 45-kilograms of cuteness overload! There is usually a dominant male in a herd of hippos, and he chooses who he wants to mate with. Mating takes place during the dry season, so babies are born during the wet seasons when there is plenty of sustenance in the ground. Babies suckle their moms underwater but can’t swim just yet! Their main predator at this age is adult male hippos. Moms are pregnant for 8-months and give birth to one baby at a time!
4 - Hedgehog
Adorbs! Baby hedgehogs are the sweetest little things… ever! And they probably have the cutest name too… hoglets. Hedgehogs are promiscuous creatures and have an unusual mating routine. The female must flatten her quills to allow the male to mount her from the back and impregnate her. Females can give birth to between 3 and 5 hoglets and is known to desert or eat them if she is scared or disturbed. Babies leave the nest after 3 to 4 weeks to start foraging for food with their mom. Hedgehogs will have started having babies from the age of 2 and continue until they die.
3 - Ocelot
Also called the dwarf leopard, this wild cat is found in the rain forests of South America. You can also find them in Mexico, Central America and southern Texas. During mating season, ocelots will mate between 5 and 10 times a day! They must do this because females don’t fall pregnant very easily. If she’s lucky to fall pregnant, she will carry the offspring for 79-85 days. She will give birth to between 1 and 3 kittens, weighing around 7 to 12 ounces or 200 to 340 grams. Kittens eyes are shut and only open after 14 days!
2 - Lemur
Lemurs don’t have a lot of time to get some action and must breed within 3-weeks of every year. Depending on the breed of lemur, the gestation period can range from 54 days to 135 days. Smaller lemurs have more babies than their larger counterparts with up to 6 being born at once. Babies are exceptionally vulnerable, and their moms carry them on their chest until they can hold onto her back safely. They drink their mother’s milk until they can forage for themselves.