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why do such vicious animals have to be so sweet when they're babies?

Today’s Guinea hogs are small, only 150-300 pounds and 15-20 inches tall when fully grown making them a perfect size for the small farm. Colors may vary, but they are usually black and often hairy. Guinea hogs are very gentle and easy to care for, making them popular at children’s zoos, though they remain extremely suitable for small scale pork production.

Newborn Parakeet--well, not quite ready to wing it yet. Homely little baby- ends up so pretty!

Warthog mom and baby love!

This photograph was taken a few minutes after this baby was born. One of the most beautiful moments to witness.

Pigging out Two Chacoan Peccaries, born at the San Diego Zoo that morning, explore the world under the watchful eye of their mother. A third Chacoan Peccary was born as well.

Love the smile on the baby's face...precious! Cancion de Cuna / Lullaby by RoldixBCN on Flickr/.

Baby Reindeer - Born two weeks ago at the SD Zoo.

baby Greater One-horned rhino, Asha born at the Fort Worth Zoo

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a baby zebra AND baby warthog. dwaahhh