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Oregon Zoo Welcomes Five Baby Penguins To Their Family And They're ADORABLE! See The Little Cuties HERE!

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The Oregon Zoo welcomed five adorable baby Humboldt penguins to their family!

If you need your daily dose of cuteness, you've DEFINITELY come to the right place!

Over the past couple of months, the Oregon Zoo has welcomed five baby Humboldt penguins to the world, and they are absolutely ADORABLE!

The five furballs are creating quite a fuss too, because even though they're still small, they're already being prepped

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GIANT Baby Bird Says Hello!

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PTERODACTYLS ARE BACK PEOPLE!

SeaWorld Orlando just got a BIG surprise!

A Red-legged seriema chick hatched on April 30, and he's going to be a bigg'in! Red-legged seriemas are the largest terrestial birds in the world.

Take that, ostriches! LOLz!

Although they can fly for short distances, seriemas prefer to use their long legs and run after their prey.

The baybay chick is currently being hand-reared until he's strong to be on his own!

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FOUR Tortoise Hatchlings Welcomed In The UK!

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Do we have the next super boy band upon us?!?!

Maybe not, but this quartet of tortoises is TOO CUTE!

Egyptian tortoises have said hello to the Marwell Wildlife Park in the UK.

What makes this quartet extra special is that

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Syracuse Zoo Welcomes 27 Amazon River Turtles!

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Welcome to the world, baybay turtles!

Syracuse's Rosamund Gifford Zoo said hello to a whopping 27 yellow-spotted Amazon River turtles between April 5 and April 12.

And females can lay up to 50 eggs at a time…TWICE a year!

This is great news for a species that was once endangered. Zoo director Ted Fox thinks this is a monumental achievement:

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