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Friday, August 21, 2015

These Big Five Baby African Animals Are Just Too Cute

Kruger National Park was established in 1898 to protect the wildlife of the South African Lowveld, this national park of sits on over 2 million hectares of geographically diverse land. The term Big Five in Kruger National Park now refers to Africa's most popular sightseeing wildlife animals; buffalos, elephants, rhinos, lions, and leopards.



These Big Five Baby African Animals Are Just Too Cute


Mommies cute baby Cape Buffalo
Mommies cute baby Cape Buffalo by Belgian chocolate















Baby African or Cape Buffalo
Cape buffalos are known to have exceptional memory and strength.


The cutest baby elephant calf ever
The cutest baby elephant calf ever by color blindness
















Baby Elephant Calf
Elephants have a nimble trunk composed of 100,000 muscles with two finger like features on the end of their trunk that they use to grab small items.


Baby Black Rhino calf walking with mom
Baby Black Rhino calf walking with mom



















Baby Rhino Calf
Today very few rhinos survive outside national parks and reserves.


Playful lion cub
Playful lion cub by Tambako the Jaguar















Baby Lion Cub
Young cubs display a pattern of brown spots and rosettes that is similar to the patterning on the coat of leopard, and may be useful as camouflage.


Too cute African Leopard cub
Too cute African Leopard cub Wilderness Safaris













Baby Leopard Cub
Leopards are primarily nocturnal ground dwelling animals climbing trees to escape from danger and to store their kills safely out of the reach of other predators.


Did you know...?

The African elephant is the largest animal walking on Earth; it eats roots, grasses, fruits, and bark of trees, up to 300 pounds in a single day.






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