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Baby Animal Prints by Suzi is the online art gallery and store for award-winning wildlife photographer, Suzi Eszterhas. Suzi's fine art prints are a stunning addition to any home or office, whether as a large premium print in a formal space or as a nursery centerpiece. This collection features the special moments Suzi has witnessed during her travels around the globe, and offers a unique glimpse into the lives of exquisite creatures. By immersing herself into their world, Suzi is able to share with us intimate moments of profound beauty, from an orangutan playing with its mother to a lion cub meeting his father for the first time. Specializing in animal families, Suzi’s photographs of baby animals are well known throughout the world. Read more about Suzi on the about page...

Baby Animal Prints Blog

Kits and Cubs

February 28, 2018

Bat Eared Fox mother and kit
Animals, just like people, often share the same name!  But don't be fooled - a name isn't everything. Our earlier blog posts about Joeys and Calves demonstrate how many baby animals can be called the same thing, no matter their size or species. This time, we are going to look at the different animals that are called Kits and Cubs. 

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Joeys - Baby Marsupials

February 01, 2018

Mother koala and baby joeyMarsupials are special mammals whose young are carried and suckled inside their mother's pouch. Those of us who are from North America have probably come across an opossum meandering down the street late at night. If you are really lucky, one might have even hissed at you, asking you to give it some space.  But despite living half a world away, we are most familiar with kangaroos and koalas - two of the most adorable and irresistible marsupials. Some other lesser known marsupials include wallabies, wombats and Tasmanian devils.

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