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IN Animals ON 13 Feb, 2016
We all love our little ones and especially animal little ones are just the cutest. We're great fans of puppies and kittens, but that become common animals and their kids. Have you ever wondered what a young Hyena looks like? It doesn't sound very pleasing to the ears, but they're definitely cute AF.
Let's check out some more animals and their little ones.
Hyenas are famous due to Lion King. But these scavenger animals also make shockingly cute babies. With their black bead-like eyes and small paws, it can melt the coldest of hearts.
Native of Southern and Eastern Asia, this dog resembles a mix between a wolf and a fox. The mother can reproduce up to 12 fluffy and cute pups at a time which isn't a bad thing at all.
A very uncommon animal, Echidnas is a mammal but lays eggs. Their little ones are born completely smooth and pink but grow spikes all over later. Also, if that wasn't cute enough, the little ones are called as puggles.
This is actually a kitten. It is a native of South Africa and becomes quite tame around humans. It's one of the cutest wild animals ever.
Only a foot tall, and looks like a deer, but is actually the baby of an antelope. They live in the African Savannah lands, and their habitat is being hunted gravely. They have a great eyesight plus their fur color is a good camouflage.
Another African cutie who's environment is being hunted. They have spikes which are made of keratin (hair) on their body, and they're usually seen piggy-backing on their mom's body.
It is one of Canada's iconic animals but the Beaver baby, Kit, is literally one adorable animal. It was earlier used for its fur and tails but now is protected by the animal rights.
Sloths, as animals aren't considered very cute but their little ones are adorable AF. They are usually not a threat and move around very slowly. Their species are gaining more popularity over the years due to more population in the zoos.
Many people wouldn't dare to consider skunks as cute, but their babies are simply adorable. They would grow up to stink up your entire place, but when it comes to looks, they're complete charmers.
Related to the species of the kangaroo and koala bears, the sugar gliders are natives of Australia. They are super small in size which make people believe that they're related to rats or mice.
There are various types of hedgehogs, and they make sounds like pigs. They're great to keep on pets, and their little ones resemble pink erasers when they're born and then grow spikes.
Resembles a monkey and lives in central Africa, the Bush Baby lives on trees in their first month. They are rarely seen in the wild, and usually, mothers carry them in mouths.