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Fluffy and furry, adorable and endearing - the world of animal babies can be seriously cute.
Five storeys up a building makes for a long leap for fledging ducklings.
A rite of passage as ducklings encounter a weir for the first time.
Young stoats find their feet are still too large for their bodies.
Gordon discovers that caring for badger cubs is like looking after children.
Known and named for their snooziness, dormice are incredibly fast when its needed.
The first term at crane school is all about physical education.
Eleven coal tit chicks huddle together in their nest.
A first glimpse of the latest litter of pups at the wild dog den.
A mother otter strikes a balance between her pup's safety and her own hunger.
An old silverback is left to care for his young daughter when her mother deserts the group.
Bar-headed geese hatch their goslings on the roof of the world.
Stunning shots as an inquisitive young snow leopard sniffs out the remote camera.
There's only one thing more rare than a Scottish wildcat - Scottish wildcat kittens.
Stephen Fry hand feeds a hungry baby rhinoceros on a sanctuary in Kenya.
Unpredictable autumn weather proves a challenge for seal pups as they learn to swim.
Newborn captive panda twins spend their early days in intensive care.
Caterpillars must master the art of camouflage to survive.
Thousands of calves are born within hours of each other and can outrun a man at a day old.
Tiny cub Hope dangles from a tree like a teddy bear.
Still wary of human contact, young bear cub Hope can't resist tapping Gordon for some treats.
Harp seal pups brave the harsh Arctic after just four days of mother's milk.
Gradually the penguin colony gets closer to the sea as the ice begins to melt.
A baby flatfish has a weird makeover to adapt it for life on the sea bed.
Jonathan Scott finds a cheetah with a tiny cub, just out of the den.
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