25 Amazing Pictures Of Wild Animals And Their Babies

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Animals can prove that parents love their kids more than everything. The following pictures are adorable because they show that the meaning of family union exists in the animal world as well.

According to ecologists, animal parenting is separated into two categories; the R and the K. Category R animals tend to have many offspring all at the same time who reach maturity faster. The K category of animals tends to have fewer offspring that take longer to reach adulthood. Their young need more love and care, the kind of child-rearing that we’re used to as humans (we’re also category K animals).

As you might remember from this article about unknown facts about animals, animals can feel love and empathy like humans do. The following photos can prove it:

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Anton Belovodchenko

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Jeanette DiAnda

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Igor Shpilenok

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Ric Seet

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Jan Pelcman

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Laurie Rubin

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Michael Milicia

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Chuck Babbitt

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Tin Man

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Wolfgang von Vietinghoff

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Daniel Münger

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Andre Pretorius

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Jim Ridley

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Edwin Kats

If you love wild animals as much as I do, then you shouldn’t forget that many of them are in danger. We need to understand a problem, in order to try to solve it.

However, we shouldn’t only care about the most famous animals. Did you know that there are some really odd creatures that are lovable? Check them out here and here.

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