An unsteady baby chimp takes steps away from his mother at a zoo.  - photo by Konrad Wothe

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In this photo a baby chimp is seen taking its first steps away from its mother. Photographer Konrad Wothe captured the chimp's first brave steps towards his camera in Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania, Africa.

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In pictures: Wildlife photo award

Momma and baby sloth #animal #wildlife #nature

Hoffmann's two-toed sloth hanging with two-month-old baby, Costa Rica. For the first months of a baby sloth’s life, it clings to its mother, even after it has been weaned. See the Sloth Conservation Foundation.

The beautifully detailed photos feature the Sumatran tiger (pictured), which is classed as 'critically endangered' by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, with numbers in the wild falling

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Giant panda Yuan Yuan licks her baby in their enclosure at Taipei Zoo. The cub, the first panda born in Taiwan, was delivered on July 7 following a series of artificial insemination sessions after her parents Yuan Yuan and her partner Tuan Tuan failed to conceive naturally. Picture: AFP PHOTO / Taipei City Zoo

Animal photos of the week: 23 August 2013

Giant panda Yuan Yuan licks her baby in their enclosure at Taipei Zoo. The cub, the first panda born in Taiwan, was delivered on 7 July at Taipei City Zoo

really cute baby elephants - Google Search

Baby Elephant, the cutest thing. Look at its foot, look at its ears and its trunk awwww its toooo cute

Meerkats, widely adored for their quirky standing stance, live in African deserts in Botswana, Namibia and South Africa - you can see themfrom when they are only two weeks old, the age their mothers generally let them out of their burrow

Adorable baby animals, and where in the world to find them

INFP: Meerkat INFPs are deeply ethical and idealistic, loyal to their family and closest friends, and guided by their desire to live a life according to their values. They are curious about those around them, but will not accept threats to the security o

African elephant reaching for leaves by a waterfall (zoo habitat?)

What a pretty picture an elephant reaching for leaves by a big and beautiful waterfal

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