The red panda (also known as lesser panda) is not a close relative of the giant panda. In fact it is in a family of its own.
These baby red pandas were born recently in a zoo in Germany.
It’s not very big, is it? But those eyes are already quite a size, on this newborn slender loris.
This baby zebra was recently born in a zoo in Germany.
This bear cub can certainly leap, but sadly it is not flying. Nice try though!
This is a baby jaguar recently born in a zoo in Managua, Nicaragua.
A cheetah is the fastest land animal, and can run at speeds of about 110kph, accelerating to this speed in as little as 3 seconds, which is a faster acceleration than most sportscars.
This baby cheetah was born in a zoo and will probably not get the chance to run.
A baby albino hedgehog. You don’t really need gloves to hold it, the needles aren’t so sharp, but it seems happier to be held in the soft gloves.
This baby elephant was recently born in a zoo in Germany.
This giraffe, which was born in a UK zoo, is less than one week old!
This panda cub was born in Madrid Zoo in Spain, and has a twin.
It is just a few days old and is in very good condition.
This baby elephant can easily walk and control its limbs. How long does it take a human baby to reach this stage?
But this elephant calf is only 5 days old.
This endangered animal, Francois’ Langur Monkey, is found in the jungles of south China and north Vietnam. It is thought that there are about 2/3,000 animals in the wild.
There are also about 500 of these monkeys in zoos around the world and the baby in the picture was born in one of these zoos.
These are newly-born turtles on Rushikulya beach in the Ganjam district of India.
Somehow they know which way to go to get to the sea, and they have to get there quick.