This alpaca mom and baby look happy now, but watch out—when threatened alpacas sometimes spit.
Despite their name, these swans will grunt, hiss, and snort to communicate.
This baby may be new to the world, but evidence shows that these animals were around about 400 million years before dinosaurs.
This newborn rodent sure isn't lazy—agoutis can run when they're just an hour old.
Smell that? These owls attract dung beetles—a favorite snack—by placing dung outside their nests.
Strawberry poison dart frog
This tadpole rides on its dad's back while he searches for a water-filled flower to plop the youngster in. The tadpole will stay in the water until it grows into a frog.
The patten on the coats of these snuggle piglets helps them blend into their woodland habitat.
This orphaned baboon may grow up to be a mischievous monkey—Cape baboons sometimes raid houses for food.