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Baby animals are cute little creatures in need of care of their mothers. From the day they were born, these lovely creatures have not been separated from their mothers and try to survive. The struggle for life starts too early for them. When their parents go out looking for food, they may be in danger.

 



Baby animals directly address something within us. When a new animal is born, it is flocked to visit zoos. Especially when it is a cute animal like panda. So why do we find those babies so cute? The animals we find adorable show similarities to the dolls of our own species: big head; round, soft, elastic facial features, large eyes, protruding cheeks and forehead; wonder. Pandas, like cats and puppies, fit this definition.

 

Scientists believe that evolution is the root cause of this consistency. Our equipment is designed to treat babies with a protective reaction. These are unprotected beings, which gives us a desire to hold and protect them. This impulse has actually evolved in itself because babies need constant care of the elderly to survive. The protection instinct is established in both sexes and even in people without children. For example; Anyone who finds abandoned dolls in a ditch will most likely feel the desire to save the baby, whether or not they have children.

 

The size of mammalian offspring varies enormously at birth: the mother is 900 times larger than a giant panda baby, while a baby giraffe measures one-tenth of its mother. Whether an animal's baby is big or small depends on how self-sufficient the babies are after they are born. While those who need a lot of care remain with their mothers for a long time, the more advanced ones can act independently of their mother as soon as they are born. Both pandas and people are in need of help in this spectrum.

 

Panda cubs depend on their mother for everything. They need help from their mothers to warm up, feed, and even urinate and push. One of the reasons that most of their development occurs outside the uterus may be because breastmilk is better able to transfer nutrients to the offspring from the placenta, says Megan Owen, deputy director of applied animal ecology at the San Diego Zoo. However, being so small compared to their mothers puts them at risk of being crushed during their interest.

 

In spite of this, the giraffe, who can move independently of the mother when she is born, can walk, even if she wobbles. These self-sufficient babies are larger compared to their mothers compared to the other group. For example, giraffes measure up to 10 percent of their mothers when they are born.

 

The youngest ones are babies of marsupials. For example, a red kangaroo is born 100,000 times smaller than its mother. The marsupials have no placenta, and when the offspring go out almost as a fetus, they are extremely dependent on the care of their mother.

 

Animal offspring have very different characteristics from human babies. Although they share more than one common feature, each species has its own differences. For example, kittens are blind when they first come to the world. However, people are born with a sense of sight. If we multiply the samples, sea turtles hatch and move to the sea immediately. This is an innate instinct. Human offspring are quite vulnerable after birth and only cry.

 

Predators are carefully protected by their mothers from the day they are born. Due to the environment in which they live, they are constantly in tin. Even in some species, adult male animals kill offspring. Therefore, mothers are obliged to protect their offspring at any time.

 

When it comes to pet puppies, cats and puppies are quite cute. They need attention and nutrition at any moment. They feed on milk on their mother's side and become stronger day by day. Mother cats and dogs are very alert to protect their puppies. They become aggressive and can hurt you if necessary. Unless there is an emergency, you should not touch or disturb your pet pups. This also applies for hygienic reasons. Mother animals prefer to take care of their offspring individually and also have the ability to meet their every need.