Wild life is not wild as we often think.Mother feelings are always same in every part of the world so do in the wild life.They struggle for life, they protect their babies from every kind of danger.This weekend I just want to make you smile so I've collected 25 Mothers and their babies's photos from wild life.They are all wonderful and cute and I'm sure that you will love all of them.
Thanks to all photographers who took these photos and show us one of the fantastic part of the world.
I know ' I'm a bit late
Dutiful mothers, female polar bears usually give birth to twin cubs, which stay with her for more than two years until they can hunt and survive on their own.
Bringing Home The Bugs
Photo from the deck at the Wildlife Prairie State Park in Peoria IL (USA).
Baby Bella and her mother at Chester Zoo
White Dolphin and Baby
Polar Bears Mother Love
Polar bear Wilbaer and mother Corinna communicate in their enclosure at the Wilhelma Zoo in Stuttgart, Germany.
Mother elephant Kandy taps her baby, Shahrukh, at Hagenbeck Zoo in Hamburg, Germany.
A young elephant nuzzles its mother during a visit to the drought-depleted Zambezi riverbed.
In an image taken by a remotely operated 35-mm camera, a baby langur monkey clings to his mother's chest in India's Bandhavgarh National Park.
Once they're three months old, geladas ride their mothers jockey-style. Females have just four or five babies in a lifetime but invest a lot of time and energy taking care of them'it's a 'quality, not quantity' strategy, says biologist Chadden Hunter, who has spent parts of the past six years with the animals in Ethiopia(From "Final Edit," November 2002, National Geographic magazine)
Jaws that can crush a backbone become a tender conveyance as Sita totes a cub to a new den, a constant chore to safeguard her young from leopards, wild dogs, and other tigers. Hiding cubs well is critical, since she may be away hunting for 24 hours or more
Mother black bears are notoriously protective of their cubs, who stay with their mothers for about two years.
Lynxes are known for the black tufts of fur on the tips of their ears.
Donkey helping the new born foal stand on its feet
A Koala and her junior, taken at Wildlife world in Darling Harbour.
Antelope mother and baby nuzzle each other.
While hiking in the Galpagos among a colony of seals, we came upon this mother and pup sharing what appears to be a "tender moment."
A newly hatched red-necked grebe relaxes, safe under mom's wing. It's been a long day and there's still so much to see.
That's all folks ...
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