Pictures of animal babies are among the cutest and most lovable things that can be found on the internet. While the viviparous animals´ birth itself is not always that cute (in some cases, such as a giraffe birth, it can even look pretty rough), animal babies hatching from their eggs are always adorable, no matter what species it is. So from baby baby turtles to playful ducks these 25 adorable hatchlings that are too cute for their own good will definitely make you smile.
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Pythons are normally regarded with fear by most people. Found in Africa, Asia, Australia, and the USA (as an invasive species) pythons are among the largest snakes in the world. However, in spite of their notorious reputation for being able to eat pretty much anything, a baby python is surprisingly cute.
The red-winged blackbird is a passerine bird living in North and Central America. Females lay a clutch of three or four, rarely five, eggs to a nest which is usually located just a few inches above water. The eggs are incubated by the female alone, and hatch in 11 to 12 days. Red-winged blackbirds are hatched blind and naked.
Clownfish are recognized by their striking orange, white, and black coloration (though different color variations exist); and also by their symbiotic relationship to sea anemones. These beautiful fishes lay hundreds or thousands of eggs on any flat surface that is close to their anemone host which hatch about six to ten days later.
Members of this genus live in the arid, rocky, semi-desert regions and dry open woodlands of Australia. Males grow up to 60 cm (24 in) long, and females up to 50 cm (20 in). Females usually lay 10 – 35 eggs. Thanks to their calm and friendly nature, they are often kept as pets.
Lobsters are large marine crustaceans with a hard protective exoskeleton. They can live up to 60 years which allows them to reach impressive sizes. The largest lobster ever caught weighed over 20 kilograms (44 lb). When female releases eggs through her oviducts, they are fertilized by stored sperm. They are then attached to the female’s swimmerets using an adhesive, where they are cared for until they are ready to hatch.