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Rare Animal Babies You’ve Probably Never Seen

Even if you’re an animal lover, you probably meet only a fraction of all the 1,367,555 non-insect species identified on Earth. But don’t let this fact sadden you, think about all the interesting creatures you are yet to discover! We have introduced some of them in the past (here and here), but only their adult form. This time Bored Panda has compiled a list of rare animal babies that you probably didn’t know exist.

From from a fluffy Southern Pudu fawn to a playful Dumbo Octopus, these unusual little fellows will produce some “awwws” you haven’t experienced before. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite ones, and if this list wasn’t enough to satisfy your hunger for adorable creatures, check out some of the cutest baby animals of all time.

#1 Baby Dumbo Octopus

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#2 Baby Fennec Fox

Baby Fennec Fox

#3 Baby Pangolin

Baby Pangolin

#4 Baby Axolotl

Baby Axolotl

#5 Baby Tapir

Baby Tapir

#6 Baby Quoll

Baby Quoll

#7 Baby Elephant Shrew

Baby Elephant Shrew

#8 Southern Pudu Fawn

Southern Pudu Fawn

In this May 27, 2015 photo provided by the Wildlife Conservation Society, a southern pudu fawn walks in its enclosure at the Queens Zoo in New York. The male southern pudu fawn, the world’s smallest deer species, was born May 12 at the Queens Zoo. Southern pudus tend to be around a foot tall at the shoulder. When they’re born, they’re only 6 inches high, and weigh less than a pound. (Julie Larsen Maher/Wildlife Conservation Society via AP)

#9 Fluffy Honduran White Bat Baby

Fluffy Honduran White Bat Baby

#10 Orphaned Baby Eastern Quoll Being Cared For At Bruny Island

Orphaned Baby Eastern Quoll Being Cared For At Bruny Island

#11 Adorable Baby Sugarglider

Adorable Baby Sugarglider

#12 Baby Dik-Dik

Baby Dik-Dik

#13 African Bat-Eared Foxes

African Bat-Eared Foxes

#14 Baby Armadillo

Baby Armadillo

#15 Baby Tarsier

Baby Tarsier

 

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