Enjoy an absolutely adorable collection of equal parts cute and caring images of animals rearing and nurturing their young in the wild, complete with animal trivia, too. It’s a win win. We love how every shot captures the spirit of that unbreakable bond between parent and child.

Fun fact: Some seal species, like the Leopard Seal, feed off fellow seals! Most, however, feed off crustaceans, fish and seabirds (if they can catch them)

Fun fact: Some seal species, like the Leopard Seal, feed off fellow seals! Most, however, feed off crustaceans, fish and seabirds (if they can catch them)

Fun fact: Often known as the ‘king of the jungle’, most lions actually live in the savannah or grasslands. Just one population of wild forest-dwelling lions remains, in Gir Forest National Park, India

Fun fact: Often known as the ‘king of the jungle’, most lions actually live in the savannah or grasslands. Just one population of wild forest-dwelling lions remains, in Gir Forest National Park, India

Fun fact: The orangutan is one of humankind’s closest relatives – in fact, we share nearly 97% of the same DNA. The word orangutan comes from the Malay words “orang hutan“, meaning “human of the forest“

Fun fact: The orangutan is one of humankind’s closest relatives – in fact, we share nearly 97% of the same DNA. The word orangutan comes from the Malay words “orang hutan“, meaning “human of the forest“





Fun fact: Squirrels don’t dig up all of their buried nuts, which results in more trees in the world's forests

Fun fact: Squirrels don’t dig up all of their buried nuts, which results in more trees in the world’s forests

Fun fact: The word beluga comes from the Russian word “bielo” meaning white. However, these white whales are born dark gray. It can take up to eight years before they turn completely white

Fun fact: The word beluga comes from the Russian word “bielo” meaning white. However, these white whales are born dark gray. It can take up to eight years before they turn completely white

Fun fact: Despite its stocky shape and short legs, it can easily outrun most humans. Hippos have been clocked at 30 km/h over short distances

Fun fact: Despite its stocky shape and short legs, it can easily outrun most humans. Hippos have been clocked at 30 km/h over short distances




Fun fact: African elephants have large ears shaped like the continent of Africa, while Asian elephants’ ears are smaller and shaped like India

Fun fact: African elephants have large ears shaped like the continent of Africa, while Asian elephants’ ears are smaller and shaped like India

Fun fact: Llamas make excellent guards for herds of small animals. They are very social and will 'adopt' a group of sheep or goats as their own herd

Fun fact: Llamas make excellent guards for herds of small animals. They are very social and will ‘adopt’ a group of sheep or goats as their own herd

Fun fact: The name rhinoceros means 'nose horn' and is often shortened to rhino

Fun fact: The name rhinoceros means ‘nose horn’ and is often shortened to rhino





Fun fact: The Pangolin, otherwise known as the scaly anteater, is the only mammal in the world to be covered from head to toe in keratin scales (the same as human finger nails)

Fun fact: The Pangolin, otherwise known as the scaly anteater, is the only mammal in the world to be covered from head to toe in keratin scales (the same as human finger nails)

Fun fact: Leopards can run up to 58 km/h (36 mph) and can leap 6 meters (20 feet) horizontally and 3 meters (10 feet) vertically

Fun fact: Leopards can run up to 58 km/h (36 mph) and can leap 6 meters (20 feet) horizontally and 3 meters (10 feet) vertically

Fun fact: An Elephant's trunk is used to drink, smell, pick up food, touch and communicate

Fun fact: An Elephant’s trunk is used to drink, smell, pick up food, touch and communicate





Fun fact: Lions are the only cats that live in groups

Fun fact: Lions are the only cats that live in groups

Fun fact: A swan will mate for life

Fun fact: A swan will mate for life

Fun fact: Penguins can dive to depths of 800 feet

Fun fact: Penguins can dive to depths of 800 feet




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