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Who can start the week off with some cute photos?

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Young Wild Dog pup, sleeps off his big morning feed.

Sabi Sand - Oct 2013

 

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Lion cubs, Nxabega, Okavango delta, Botswana:

 

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IamFisheye
I have baby cats and dogs. As the last post was cats here are some dogs.


Pups fresh out of the den, Selinda, Botswana Sept 2013


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Learning to stalk

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Kitsafari

baby hyenas waiting for mummy at the den: Vumbura March 2014

 

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sticking close to mum. Mombo march 2014

 

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wide-eyed innocence, or mischief? mombo March 2014

 

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the bushes got in the way of the foal. Vumbura March 2014

 

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my favourite baby - baby kudu. Vumbura Plains Unit no 3, March 2014

 

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Don't leave me behind. ngorongoro crater June 2013

 

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too tired to move, poor baby. Vumbura March 2014

 

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baby giraffe, Timbavati

 

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One of the 6 very cute cubs we saw last weekend. He was the "scaredy cat" of the bunch, a lot more timid than his siblings and cousins.

Mikumi NP, Tanzania (May 2014)

 

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Peter Connan

There is a lonely lonely loner in the Kruger National Park:

 

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davidedric

Ngorongoro

 

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Treepol

Very lucky with a wide variety of babies this year, both furred and feathered. Here are some images from Mashatu, KTP, Namibia and Moremi.

 

Giraffe, Mashatu August 2014 - that long neck sure comes in handy

 

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Baboon, Mashatu

 

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Lion cubs, Mashatu

 

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Ele, Mashatu

 

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Cheetah cubs, Mashatu

 

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Ground squirrel, KTP

 

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Lions, KTP

 

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Lonely oryx calf, KTP

 

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Spotted Eagle Owl and chick, KTP

 

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Giraffe, KTP

 

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Giraffe, near Erongo Wilderness Lodge

 

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Springbok, Palmwag

 

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Juvenile Blacksmith Lapwing, Charitsaub, Etosha NP

 

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Zebra, Charitsaub, Etosha NP

 

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Eles, near Nuamses, Etosha NP

 

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Hyena pup, Klein Namutoni, Etosha NP

 

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Ele, Groot Okevi, Etosha NP

 

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Young Nile Crocodile, Okavango River near Rundu

 

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and another at Nunda Lodge, Caprivi

 

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Ostrich, Mahango Game Reserve, Caprivi

 

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Sable, Mahango Game Reserve, Caprivi

 

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Ele, Moremi

 

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Giant Eagle Owl chick, Moremi

 

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TonyQ

@@Treepol

What a wonderful selection of baby photos from one trip!

I always love to see baby elephants - but the oryx, the sable, and all of those baby ostriches!

However, I think the cute prize goes to the baby cheetah!

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@@Treepol , Awesome and cute baby of wild animals, you can't say that many of them will become brutal killer in future. Lovely images TFS

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This one will also make it into my TR once Ive sorted through the gazillion pictures!

 

Mana Pools Sept 2014

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SafariChick

@@Treepol wow, fantastic babies! Looks like an amazing trip! and @ld1 love that baby elephant!

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graceland

Adorable......I saw many babies in Mana, but not THIS CUTE!

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@id1 - that baby elephant is so so cute! Nice picture!

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