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Baby honey badger - Sabi Sands, May 2013

 

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thanks @Sharifa I love the fact that it doesn't matter how often I get to go on safari, there's always something new. Baby honey badger was a first for me this time.

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Playful Cape Fox cubs in the KTP

 

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Awesome photos :)

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Duba Plains, 2012, two of Ma Di Tau's three cubs

 

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Watched over by a trio of Carmine Bee Eaters

 

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All three

 

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Sadly, one of them was found dead shortly after this was taken, but to the best of my knowledge, the other two are thriving.

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@@Panthera Pardus those Cape Fox cubs are absolutely beautiful - I'll have to add Cape Fox to my "mission" list.

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SafariChick

I've got a serious problem - I can't stop "liking" these photos - I'm baby crazy!

 

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tn_gallery_6638_849_163398.jpg This was taken in the Serengeti in June of 2003. The little guy was nursing when we surprised him. (This is my first attempt at posting a photo and I need to know how to enlarge it.) Thanks.

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 look forward to seeing more babies!

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@AKR1 I love the photos with the carmine bee eaters and the cub not that the others are any less stunning. Sad to hear one died soon after

 

those are also lovely photos. Love how he is growling at...Mum or you maybe? :)

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Pachyderm Babies

 

Elephant

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Hippo

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Going up was Ok, but coming down :wub:

 

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Whoaaa

 

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That was'nt a big deal

 

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What are you looking at :angry:

 

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Who has more babies to share?

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I apologise for the quality of these pics as I was taking them with one hand while holding onto a vine with the other. We were on a steep slope with the gorillas just below us. If you look carefully you will see a 2 day old baby holding on to it's mum.

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The next picture is of an older baby from the same group.

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They were all taken in Virunga, Rwanda in Sept 2006 with a Panasonic FZ5.

 

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Giant Anteater, Fazenda Baia das Pedras, July 2013.

 

The baby was less than one week old.

 

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Love the latest additions - gorillas and anteaters - two baby animals I'd LOVE to see in the wild!!

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These 2 baby capybaras were lying in the sun at Fazenda Pousada Alegre, Northern Pantanal, July 2013. P1020888.JPG

 

This nursing capybara was seen in the Porto Jofre area, Northern Pantanal

 

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a baby capuchin monkey drinks milk from an acuri nut, Pousada Piuval, Northern Pantanal, July 2013

 

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a baby howler monkey hangs on tight while its mother feeds upside down, Pousada Piuval, July 2013

 

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Bat Eared Fox cubs

 

We spotted these cubs enjoying the morning sunshine as we were descending into Ngorongoro Crater.

There were 4 to begin with but 2 ducked straight back into the den but these 2 were curious enough to sit and watch us for a while - one a bit braver than the other.

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Beside the Mbololo Stream in Tsavo East National Park, Kenya

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Here's a favorite from a trip to Mala Mala Game Reserve in July 2012. You can see more of the 5 week old leopard twins on my website: www.wildliferhythms.com under the Wild Reality Section. The gallery is called Leopards V: Most Adorable Blue Eyed Babies.


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Chacma baboon baby at Duba Plains

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