Flashcards - Animals And Their Babies

Flashcards - Animals And Their Babies

Flashcards - Animals And Their Babies


1. A Puppy is a juvenile dog

2. Puppy changes its coat color as it grows older

3. Puppies eat solid food after they reach one month of age

4. A Puppy spends most of the time sleeping and resting

5. Puppies are born with a complete sense of smell but can't open their eyes


1. A baby cat is known as a kitten

2. Kittens develop adult teeth after three to four weeks

3. Kittens are friendly animals

4. Kittens begin to lose their baby teeth around three months of age

5. A Kitten likes to spend its time in a dark place



1. The Calf is a young cow

2. Calves usually stand within a few minutes of birth

3. Calves are vaccinated for prevention from diseases

4. Calf meat for human consumption is called veal

5. A Calf which has lost its mother is known as poddy



1. A baby duck is known as Duckling

2. Ducklings have no teeth but appreciate finely chopped fruits

3. A Duckling should be given excess water to drink before food

4. Ducklings love to play with water

5. A Duckling prefer to live in a shelter which is quiet and private



1. A baby monkey is usually called an infant

2. Baby Monkeys are helpless when they are born

3. An infant is a cute, adorable animal

4. The color of an infant is totally different from its parent

5. Infants sit on the back of their parent for traveling



1. A Sheep in its first year is called a lamb 

2. Lambs are gentle animals that are easy to handle 

3. Lamb feeds on its mother’s milk 

4. Lambs meat is more tender and desirable than sheep’s meat 

5. Lambs are born with milk teeth which are not strong 




1. A baby camel is known as a calf

2. Baby camels are born without a hump

3. A Calf is usually white in color

4. Calves have short legs and heavier built body

5. Baby camels are very playful, smart and can even make you laugh



1. A baby elephant is called a calf

2. Calves can recognize their mothers by touch, scent, and sound

3. A baby elephant suck its trunk just as a human baby would suck its thumb

4. A calf has a poor eyesight

5. A baby elephant is 100 kgs at birth



1. A foal is a baby donkey

2. Foals are affectionate and loving

3. They are grey in color and have long ears

4. A Foal weighs between 8 to 14 kgs at birth

5. Foals can stand 30 minutes after birth



1. Young hen is called a chick

2. Chicks are very pretty and adorable

3. Chicks love to roost when they are resting

4. Chicks prefer staying in a warm place until they are fully feathered

5. Chicks have sharp beaks and can efficiently peck each other to death



1. A baby lion is known as cub

2. Cubs have yellow and red colour spots on their fur

3. Cubs start eating meat when they are three months old

4. A Cub opens its eyes after three days

5. A Cub stays with its mother for about two years



1. A young tiger is known as cub

2. Cubs are orange-brown or dark yellow with brown, grey and black strips

3. Baby tigers follow their mothers for the first three months to learn hunting

4. A Cub has a white stomach

5. Tiger Cubs grow quickly and start hunting at eight weeks



1. A baby zebra is known as a foal

2. A Foal identify its mother by sight, voice, and smell

3. Zebra foals are born with brown and white stripes

4. A Foal is kept in seclusion for 2 to 3 days until it recognizes its mother

5. Foals can walk just 20 minutes after they are born


1. A cub is a baby panda

2. Cubs are extremely fragile and can easily get sick

3. A Cub loves to roll on the ground

4. Baby pandas are so weak that they are not able to stand at all

5. Baby pandas are born blind


1. Baby cheetahs called cubs are very small when they are born

2. Cubs are taught hunting by their mothers

3. Young Cubs grow a thick yellow-grey coat on their back

4. Cubs starts eating meat when they are three weeks old

5. The Cubs are often eaten by lions and hyenas

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