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Red panda mom shows off her skills at the Chester Zoo.

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I love you mum! Mother's Day in the animal kingdom for super-cute baby prairie pups, tigers and polar bears

Mother knows best: Touching snaps show a whole host of patient parents bonding with their boisterous babies in the animal kingdom | Mail Online

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I'll be your mummy and you be my little kitty cat: Anjana the chimp shows off her parenting skills...with a puma cub

http://www.etsy.com/shop/VintagePlazaUK repinned & tweeted this - Anjana the chimp and puma cub

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Proud orangutan mom shows off her adorable newborn at the Memphis Zoo

Thursday's stroll in the sunshine gave Memphis Zoo visitors a rare glimpse of orangutan baby Rowan

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Big cats. Its amazing to see how such powerful creatures also show affection and show love in such sweet ways

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Pandas are an endangered species and the rarest member of the bear family. They live in the dense bamboo forests of China. Pandas are excellent climbers and one of the most peaceful animals you can think of. It makes me sad to think that people poach them. They're important to the bamboo ecosystem, to Chinese culture, and important to me.

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Baby giraffe caught on camera: Astonishing safari photographs show the first moments of a new calf's life in Kenya's Masai Mara

Aww... Baby giraffe playing "Catch me if you can!" with mom! <3

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Cassowaries stand between 1.5-2 metres in height and both sexes are similar in appearance. The female is larger and the more aggressive. Cassowaries are the heaviest bird in Australia and tend to be solitary. Mature birds only tolerate each other during the courting and mating process. The male incubates the eggs and sits on them for about 50 days. When the chicks hatch he then takes sole responsibility for rearing them for up to 16 months.

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