• Baby Wildebeest Meets Baby Hyena | Destination WILD
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    Baby Wildebeest Meets Baby Hyena | Destination WILD

    NARRATOR: Another week, another milestone. Neo is old enough to join the other calves in the creche, a nursery which loosely forms in the center of the herd. Mom’s grateful for the extra freedom. Relieved of babysitting duty, she grazes a little distance away. But no one notices when Neo bounces right out of the circle on his own mission. The other youngsters play together in the creche, unaware of Neo’s absence. Neo doesn’t recognize those strange looking ears. Short grass hides a lot if you’re not tall. The hyena junior is a baby himself, equally curious about the strange smell and shape coming closer. They have no knowledge of…

  • Robert Irwin and Jimmy Play with an Adorable Baby Deer
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    Robert Irwin and Jimmy Play with an Adorable Baby Deer

    -Not only are you the nicest kid I know, but you’re very smart. You know a lot about this stuff. You really immerse yourself. You know, I know your mom has a lot to do with it, everybody, your whole family. But you know everything about every animal, which I’m psyched about, because you brought some animals here tonight. -Yes, we did. Of course. We brought lots of really fun animals. I’m so excited. -Okay. Yeah. Okay. -All right. Here we go. So, this is our first animal of the night. This is the beautiful Vern. And Vern is a beaver. He’s so cute. Down there, you’ve got a little…

  • Down’s Syndrome Twins Are One In A Million
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    Down’s Syndrome Twins Are One In A Million

    MATT PARRY: What I have learnt about Down syndrome, I’ve learnt that what I knew before was wrong. FINLAY PARRY: My sisters always wake me up at 5 o’clock in the morning. They are quite cute. They are a bit annoying. JODI PARRY: The fact that they are twins makes everything hard work. JODI PARRY: There’s just nothing in the world that could convince me to change them two. MATT PARRY: More? Go then. More higher? Okay, go on then. COMM: The odds of having identical twins with Down’s syndrome are one in a million. Abigail and Isobel’s diagnosis has been life changing for the Parry family, but not in…

  • Why Are Babies So Cute?
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    Why Are Babies So Cute?

    There’s no denying that human babies are cute – but even other species tend to have adorable infants. So why has science conditioned us to find babies so precious? Is there something specific that triggers our urge to hold and squeeze them? Interestingly, studies have found that macaque monkeys pay little attention to newborn faces, leading researchers to believe that the ‘cute feeling’ may be an entirely human trait. Unlike many other species, once born, human babies are completely dependent on their parents for survival. As a result, humans have adapted to find certain traits aesthetically pleasing and downright adorable, in effort to increase interaction, care and protection from parents.…

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    look who’s home And already enjoying a cookie getting all messy, it’s all over your lips This is our last cookie from life’s a batch and Now it makes a n at the end of my name now it says symphony Symphony but my name’s still Symphony, of course it is. it feels so good to have my buggie back I missed her uh oh uh oh Mr Jealous Mr Jealous. OW! I miss you too Juliet Abram didn’t even go anywhere He’s saying what Symphony says are you ready to do our fun craft in a minute? We waited for you to come home We didn’t do it like…

  • Got a Baby? Then You’ll Love ‘Baby Bowling’
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    Got a Baby? Then You’ll Love ‘Baby Bowling’

    Let’s meet our baby bowlers. Melissa is here with her son, Eli. When Eli’s not bowling, he enjoys drooling and napping. And he waves. Heather and her daughter Alana. Alana has been training for this since the day she was born, which was pretty recently. All right. Then there’s [? Shekyra ?] with her son Michael. [? Shekyra’s ?] got a strong arm, and Michael has been clocked at speeds of up to 20 miles per hour. All right. Here’s how it works. You’re going to stand behind the line. You’re going to roll your baby at the pins. Each mother will get two chances to knock over 10 pins,…

  • 5 Ways to Comfort a Kitten
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    5 Ways to Comfort a Kitten

    [♪ gentle music ♪] Hi, everybody. When caring for kittens, you want to give them the most comfortable experience possible, so these are my top five tips for keeping kittens warm and cozy. The first thing I recommend is a microwavable heating pad, like a Snuggle Safe. You just pop it in the microwave for about five minutes, and it’ll stay warm for several hours. This makes it really easy for you to transport the kittens with it. You’re not relying on a heating pad with a cord. So just make sure when you take it out that you feel it to make sure it’s warm, but not too, too…

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    Ellen Rate My Baby: A New Crop of Staff Babies!

    Here’s something we haven’t changed from last season. It’s our segment Ellen, Rate My Baby. [MUSIC PLAYING] All right, so this is where I look at a photo of a baby and I rate it on a scale from 1 to 10. I started doing this last year with the babies of my staff here, and over the summer we got a brand new crop for me to rate. And as always, I say this is not a competition, but there will be a winner. Our producer Sarah and her husband Richard had a baby boy named Jack. I shall rate her baby. Awww. All right, Portia has that same…