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Two pups, named Daku and Mirri, are pure-breed Alpine Dingos born on March 13, 2011 at the Australian Dingo Conservation Association in New South Wales.

I want to squeeze him!

The Dingo pups born at Fort Wayne Children's Zoo on January 30th are growing up fast! In these new photos from the zoo, the puppies can be seen frolicking in their outdoor environment. Pure Dingoes are increasingly rare in the wild due to hybridization of the species with domesticated dogs. The 6-week-old pups are strong and confident, and in between wrestling and playing, their favorite pit stop is this large hollow log!

so cute but it can't be a pet?! dang Dingo's

This female bactrain camel was born at the Lee Richardson Zoo in Kansas weighing 121 pounds and standing five feet tall. She has been described by her keeper as "strong and feisty." (From: Photos: See the 35 Cutest Zoo Babies of 2012)

Omana the kiwi is the sixth of its kind born at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, D.C. (Courtesy The National Zoo)

Mom Boo and dad Abner welcomed this hairy little pup at Melbourne, Florida's Brevard Zoo, and have yet to let go of their little one. (From: Adorable Zoo Animals You MUST See!)

Maggie the giraffe was 80 pounds and 72 inches tall when she was born at the Oakland Zoo on January 12, 2012. (From: Adorable Zoo Animals You MUST See!)

Klipspringers, like this one born at Indiana's Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden, can easily navigate rocky terrain—and are appropriately named with the Afrikaan word for “rock jumper.” (Courtesy Mesker Park Zoo)