Baby chinchillas are called kits.
The young one of a chipmunk is called a kit, kitten, or pup.
Like humans, the average elephant has one baby at a time, and these young ones are called calves.
Baby hamsters are called pups, but you will also hear them be referred to as kittens.
Initially, the young ones were called pus, piglets or kits, but the word “hoglet” is used now.
The young one of this small antelope found in Africa is called a lamb.
A baby koala is called a joey!
It should come as no surprise that a baby monkey is called an infant.
The little ones of a panda are called cubs.
A young dolphin is called pup or calf.
This one’s easy – ducklings!
Think Bambi. (It’s fawn.)
Foal. It takes about 11 months for a foal to fully develop inside the mother.
Foxes are a lot like cats, and their young are called cubs, pups, or kits.
The young one of this majestic animal is called a calf.
Baby guinea pigs are called pups and are native to South America.
Like all marsupial young, a baby kangaroo is called a joey.
This one needs no explanation; it’s a kitten.
Could there be anything better than cuddling a lamb?
These cute cubs will grow up to be ferocious and majestic at the same time!
Otters have some of the cutest looking babies called pups.
Owlets may look cute and cuddly, but those beaks are razor sharp.
These little guys are called cheepers!
How adorable was Happy Feet?! Well, those little guys are called chicks.
Piglets are one of the cutest baby animals.
Like bears, these are called cubs.
Did you know that the best age to bring a puppy home is 7-8 weeks?
These animals are fast going extinct. A baby rhino is called a calf.
There are 33 species of seals, and the young ones are called pups.
Like lions, cheetahs, and even honey badgers, these young ones are called cubs.
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