However, topping the list were snow leopards Lavani, Vania, and Zima born this Summer in Germany. See the snow leopard cub winners frolick and read more
While it's true that many mammals lick their live young to clean them of amniotic fluids, that's not the only reason! As it turns out, by this mama lion giving some love to her lil one, she's also stimulating its breathing and digestive properties.What's more is that all cats use licking to cool off which would come in handy in the balmy wilds of Africa (not so much at the zoo) and barbed tongues for easier drinking or lapping in this case. This lesson's done so treat yourself to more sweet photos below!
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Looking for some name inspiration? Well, if you're not feeling so creative yourself, check out the craziest names for cats and dogs when you play these faceoffs.
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A beloved pet since he was four months old — and a frequent guest on The Dog Whisperer and four-legged ambassador for Pit Bulls worldwide — the 16-year-old pooch was surrounded by his family at his time of death. Rest in peace!
What a Winter wonderland! This elephant enjoys a game of catch . . . with himself. He enjoyed making snowballs to toss at his head, in his mouth, and all over the place. Looks like he's having a blast all alone, no need for an elephant pal here at the Berlin Zoo.
I am a little kitten, came to this world not a long time ago. In my eyes, all is so fresh, but I also have some fear!
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I've revealed your pick for cutest, and this lil one topped your list for the most unique. Is that a face only a mother could love?
Shrek the hairless wombat had a greenish tint and major fur loss when he was rescued in Australia. Now treated for a fungal condition, he still has about a year until he's released back into the Australian bush. He'll have a full head of hair to add to that beady-eyed cuteness in no time!