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8 cutest baby animals in the world

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You might have asked yourself: why the babies are cute? Or why baby animals in general are cute? Is there an evolutionary reason for young animals to provoke a protection like feeling in their species to support them with food? Feeling like shelter and protection from the outside elements?

The answer the questions above are: Yes! There is definitely a logical explanation with evolutionary spin for those questions. It goes something like this: If there is an adult animal that is reluctant to protect for its offspring; or, if there is a baby animal that is not cute enough (or equivalent of cute and attractive) to charm its way into the heart of adult to the limit that makes them to provide for them; that animal or species would have a less chance of survival in the crazy world of “survival of the fittest” and the ruthless competition of survival in the nature. And yes, the young cute animals should look cute to all the grown up of their species (and if they could, to other species too); not just their direct parents.

It is almost like that the living microorganisms with close embryonic roots; have some sort of peace treaty trough an emotional coding of cuteness in their babies. It is like an unwritten code; usually involve huge round eyes, button nose and short fur. Enjoy the gallery below, let us know which ones are your favourites.

 

 

 

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A caw that was chained for all of her life reacts to getting free for the first time – it is very emotional

chaining and keeping animals have a very bad effect in their mental health and it has been proven via epigenetics  in their even food products (such as their meat or milk or other products). there has been some humanitarian movement to increase the production of free range farm animal to both improve their living condition and make the industry less cruel and also improve the quality of their products. Even if one doesn’t believe in the epigenetics and the the psychological effect of environment on the quality of far product, there is always this argument that having the animal chose what to eat will improve their diet and therefore improve both their quantity and quality of their products. Please take a look at this video and feel the sense of freedom:

 

(via/Gut Aiderbichl)