We really stir up the parental nature of us if we get to see babies of any existing creatures. It doesn’t matter how ugly or amazing the adult animals be but we always go ‘aww’ when we see baby animals. The baby animals are always very eye-pleasing with those big eyes and innocent face.

Their lovely physical traits make us love and respect for nature.  Here we have got some unusual baby animal which will make you fall in love in a glance. 


1. Malayan Tapir Calf

The spotted Malayan Tapir newly born at Prague Zoo in the Czech Republic. Tapirs are one of the rarest animals which appear very striking in its striped fur.

2. Baby Potto


A cute little infant Potto at the Cincinnati Zoo. They are frugivorous animals, since their diet is mostly fruits. Their body has thick and hazy fur in few colors like grey, brown or reddish. However, newborn pottos are creamy or white during birth.

3. Cub of Hyena

The escalating hunting and loss of habitation are resulting in the threatening of hyenas. Cub of hyenas is complete black at birth and start to grow spots after few weeks. The cubs are very aggressive that they also sometimes kill their weaker siblings driving far from mother to stay alive in the African savanna.


4. Baby Llama

These friendly animals are cultivated South America camelid. They are mostly used for meat, carrying loads and wool that is smooth and lanolin free. Llamas are clever and fast learning animals.

5. Newborn African Grey Parrot


African Grey Parrots are attractive and can use more than 1000 words. They are also known as most intellectual bird species and can live up to 80 years. Though, caring them could be difficult because they need extra care for strong physical and emotional exercise.

6. Baby Fennec Fox

Fennec fox is a little night-time fox lives in sand Sahara of North Africa. Their nocturnal tradition helps them to wrestle with the scorching temperature of the wasteland, atmosphere and some physical adaptations help as well. They look unique with their big ears emit body warmth and assist them to stay cool.


7. Axolotl Juvenile

Axolotls are one of the rarest species on the planet yet they are considered as cutest animals for Mexican people. People love them to keep as a pet even they are dying out. They appear in various color and are carnivorous and takes bloodworms as food.

8. Tiny Pangolin


Pangolins are the mere mammals wrapped with scales and are nearest relatives of carnivores. Their scales are built up of keratin that makes 20% of their body weight. They are also killed for meat as a customary medicine and for fashion ornaments.

9. Baby Chameleon

Chameleon is a multi-colored lizard that is capable to change their skin color. This reptile has 171 species and can be found in various size and shape. They grow until the end of their life where their skin starts to get small and sheds into pieces.


10. Baby Quolls

Quolls are nocturnal animals found in Australia, New Guinea as well as Tasmania. These carnivorous marsupials eat other smaller animals and insects. They live from 2-5 years where their major threats are predators, urbanization, and also poison baiting.

11. Baby Chinchilla


Chinchillas are night animals that are native to South Africa’s rocky, bone-dry parts. These playful fluffy creatures live around 15-20 years. They are widely kept as a pet and become pretty domesticated and can attach strongly with their caretakers.

12. Baby Platypuses

Platypus is a semiaquatic and one of the strange animals in the world. This egg-laying mammal widespread to eastern Australia as well as Tasmania. Due to odd appearance of this animal, it was thought to be unreal when introduced first in England. It is venomous species with duck-billed, beaver-tail and webbed foot.


13. Baby Honduran White Bat

Honduran white bat is found only in Nicaragua, Honduras, western Panama as well as Costa Rica above 700m from sea level. They leave their place only at night in search of food. They have white fur along with yellow leaf-shaped nose as well as ears and a black crust on the wings.

14. Baby One-horned Rhino


One-horned rhinoceros also known as great Indian rhinoceros is native to India. Their name is listed on the IUCN Red List as vulnerable because their population is getting lesser every year. The skin and horn of rhinos are very precious hence they are killed by smugglers. Generally, they weight between 4-6,000 pounds and have pale gray hairless skin.

15. Baby Opossum

The opossum is common to the United States which is originally from South America. The unspecialized body, supple diet and reproduction make them booming colonizers and survivors in miscellaneous places and circumstances.


16. Baby Dik Dik Antelope

Dik-dik is the name of small antelope among four species living in eastern and southern Africa. They are around 30-40 cm tall and 50-70 cm long weighing 3-6 kg. Female is larger than male dik-dik where male also has horns. These herbivores eat foliage, fruits, and berries but minimum grass.

17. Okapi Calf


Okapi is also called the forest giraffe as well as zebra giraffe. They are an artiodactyls inhabitant to the northeast of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Though they have stripe evocative of zebra but are strongly associated with the giraffe. They are herbivorous creatures and diurnal but still can be active for short hours at night.

18. Baby Armadillo

Armadillos are originally from South America and are New World placental creatures with a fibrous shell. Armadillo is a Spanish term that means ‘little-armored one’ and submits to its skinny plates that wraps the back, skull, tail, and legs.


19. Baby Wombat

Wombats are medium-sized marsupials with small legs and well-built quadruped. They are native to Australia and are flexible and habitation tolerant. They are herbivorous and are nocturnal. They can survive for seven years and weight from 20-30 KG.

20. Baby Mouse Deer


Mouse-deer is also called chevrotain linked with Tragulidae family. These animals are found in South and Southeast Asia. It depends on plants and may live single or with a partner. As an adult, they are in size of a rabbit and are one of the tiniest ungulates on the globe.