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Orphaned Baby Eastern Quoll being cared for at Bruny Island.

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300 Years Ago, This Tiny Polka-Dotted Creature Ruled The Land. Now? Terrible.

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Beautiful Purple Snail – When nature and creatures create a colorful display.

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Extremely Rare White Zebra

Photographer Bill Adams captured some incredible photos of a white zebra named Zoe. She is extremely rare, her unusual color is due to her having amelanosis. She has beautiful gold stripes and blue eyes.

Vasan, a baby Tapir with its mother Sayang, exploring their enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo, Scotland. The birth is a special event as it is the first time a Malayan Tapir has been born at the zoo and is also the first baby for this particular adult Tapir. Tapirs are hoofed mammals and are related to rhinos and horses. (AP Photo/Andrew Milligan,PA)

Photos: baby animals from around the world

Photos of baby animals from around the world -- Some in the wild. Some in Captivity. Some exotic. Some common.

Weißt du, dass es schätzungsweise auf der gesamten WELT „nur“ noch etwa FÜNFHUNDERT TAPIRE gibt??? Ich selbst habe es erst vor circa 4 Wochen erfahren und ich finde es natürlich MEGA traurig Es macht mich auch sehr betroffen !!!

Tapir im Zoo geboren: So süß ist Leipzigs neues Urviech-Baby

Im Leipziger Zoo wurde ein Urviech geboren. Tapirdame Leila bekam ihr drittes Baby. Das knuffige Rüsseltier wird sicher Publikumsliebling.

Kapela, the Rhino Calf ~ Kapela, a baby black rhinoceros, runs during an exercise session at the Wildcare animal rehabilitation centre north of Pretoria, South Africa, May 19, 2003. Kapela was born two weeks premature and abandoned by his mother in a boma at Skukuza in the Kruger National Park, and is being hand-reared after his transfer to the specialist center.

Kapela, the rhino calf

Kapela, a 2-week premature baby black rhinoceros, runs during an exercise session at the Wildcare animal rehabilitation centre north of Pretoria, South Africa, Monday May 19, 2003. Kapela was born two weeks premature and abandoned by his mother in a boma at Skukuza in the Kruger National Park, and is being hand-reared after his transfer to the specialist centre. (EPA PHOTO/JON HRUSA)