Giant panda Yuan Yuan licks her baby in their enclosure at Taipei Zoo. The cub, the first panda born in Taiwan, was delivered on July 7 following a series of artificial insemination sessions after her parents Yuan Yuan and her partner Tuan Tuan failed to conceive naturally. Picture: AFP PHOTO / Taipei City Zoo

Animal photos of the week: 23 August 2013

Giant panda Yuan Yuan licks her baby in their enclosure at Taipei Zoo. The cub, the first panda born in Taiwan, was delivered on 7 July at Taipei City Zoo

Scientists believe that zebra stripes evolved to deter parasitic flies. Perfect picture for a Zebra Chip talk...

Why do zebras have stripes? Scientists have the answer

These zebras are stunning. By Sally Maxwell - Scratchboard Artist.

Mother's pride: Nimba the gorilla cradles her newborn baby after giving birth at Dutch zoo

Mother's pride: Nimba the gorilla cradles her newborn baby after giving birth at Dutch zoo

Mother's pride: Nimba the gorilla cradles her newborn baby after giving birth at Dutch zoo. I usually hate pinning animals in captivity, but this is a sweet photo ❤️

Knut the polar bear

In pictures: Knut the polar bear

Many wonderful little pets are merely waiting to be adopted, too. Each cat might have to be licensed if it will be accepted to reside at the cafe.

Baby zoo animals, February 2014

White lioness Azira stands next to her three white cubs born in a private zoo in Borysew, Poland, on Tuesday, Feb.

Malayan Sun Bear (Helarctos malayanus)

Malayan Sun Bear (Helarctos malayanus) The smallest bear in the world, being about half the size of the American black bear. Adults stand 2 ¼ feet tall and are 3 ½ to 4 ½ feet long.

Cute Baby Elephant.Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

30 Happiest Facts Ever

Such beautiful creatures. And the baby elephant always makes me smile :) Everyone who love pet/animal cute,just flowing me or invited me to board! so cute.

Kiondo, a 30-stone gorilla, showed of his cheeky side when he poked his tongue out at a vi...

Cheeky gorilla Kiondo is snapped sticking out his tongue in Devon zoo

Western lowland gorilla Kiondo, who weighs 30 stone, seemed to be a playful mood when he decided to communicate with people at the Paignton Zoo Environmental Park in Devon.

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