Baby animals: 5 images to make you smile

Oooohs and aaaahs accompanied by a general heart warming feeling is the general reaction of clients in sightings with baby wildlife. Whether it be lion cubs ‘growling’ at mom or baby elephants trumpeting and charging vehicles there is always smiles all round and heart felt memories.

Here a couple of images just meant to make you smile!

Baby elephants are always such cheeky little animals! Love charging the vehicle, but are quick to run back to hide behind mom.

Baby elephants are always such cheeky little animals! Love charging the vehicle, but are quick to run back to hide behind mom.

Leopard cubs are stunning little fluff balls that never move too far away from mom.

Leopard cubs are stunning little fluff balls that never move too far away from mom.

Baby baboons are extremely playful and very naughty!

Baby baboons are extremely playful and very naughty!

Lion cubs are all paws! They are the future generation of these magnificent beasts in the making.

Lion cubs are all paws! The future generation of magnificent beasts, in the making.

Rhino Calves look like rugby balls with legs! Always so inquisitive, this one chased the poor Glossy starling around the field.

Rhino Calves look like rugby balls with legs! Always so inquisitive, this one chased the poor glossy starling around the field.

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