Here’s what cute baby animals look like when drinking from bottles

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By NTD Newsroom
January 4, 2017Entertainment
Here’s what cute baby animals look like when drinking from bottles

We all love babies. Toddlers of all species are cute! Can you imagine how your day would be if all you would have to do is feed and take care of animal babies?

Feeding babies with warm milk or formula in a feeder can be great fun – your day would end putting innocent, well-fed, content babies to sleep.  But some of them just don’t sleep!

See here 24 more animal babies being nourished by humans with milk and formulas in feeder bottles. Best job ever!

Lion cubs

NTD Photo2-day-old lion cubs Fajr and Sjel are fed at a zoo in the northern Gaza Strip town of Beit Lahia. (Photo: Mohammed Abed/Getty Images)


NTD PhotoA Parma wallaby baby drinks from a bottle at a private game reserve in Klingelbach, Germany. (Photo: Thomas Frey/Shutterstock)

White tiger

NTD PhotoA baby white tiger is fed at a zoo in Aschersleben, Germany. (Photo: Jens Schlueter/Getty Images)

Mangabey monkey

NTD PhotoLoango, a crown male Mangabey monkey, eats at the Jardin des Plantes zoo in Paris. (Photo: Kenzo Tribouillard /Getty Images)

Lambs and goats

NTD PhotoA volunteer of The Green Place, an animal refuge, bottle-feeds a lamb and baby goats in Nepi, Italy. (Photo: Alberto Pizzoli/Getty Images)


NTD PhotoRieke, an orangutan cub, is fed by a zoo keeper in Berlin. (Photo: Odd Andersen/Getty Images)


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NTD PhotoA woman feeds an endangered elephant at the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage in Sri Lanka. (Photo: Ishara S. Kodikara/Getty Images)

Jungle lynx

NTD PhotoA jungle lynx kitten is nurtured at the Asha Foundation animal shelter and hospital in India. (Photo: Sam Panthaky/Getty Images)

Black bear

NTD PhotoA 45-day old female black bear cub is fed at a wildlife office in Mansehra, Pakistan. (Photo: Adnan Ali/AFP/Getty Images)

Amur leopard

NTD PhotoArgoun, a 1-month-old Amur leopard, drinks from a bottle at the zoo in Mulhouse, eastern France. Amur leopards are one of the rarest big cats in the world. (Photo: Sebastien Bozon/AFP/Getty Images)


NTD PhotoMargaret, a 10-day-old giraffe, is bottle fed by Chester Zoo keeper Tim Rowlands in Chester, England. (Photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)


Flying fox

NTD PhotoA baby flying fox is bottle-fed at a temporary bat rehabilitation center on the Gold Coast of Australia. (Photo: David Hardenberg/Getty Images)


NTD PhotoTwo baby striped hyenas, which generally live in northern Africa, are bottle-fed at the Cerza zoological park in northwestern France. (Photo: Mychele Daniau/AFP/Getty Images)


NTD PhotoCarp at China’s Harbin Pole Aquarium eat from a bottle. (Photo: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)


NTD PhotoBaby rhinos drink from bottles at a wildlife rehabilitation center in South Africa. (Photo: Anna Zieminski/AFP/Getty Images)

Sea otter

NTD PhotoA California sea otter pup is bottle-fed at SeaWorld San Diego. (Photo: Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld San Diego via Getty Images)


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NTD PhotoA 6-month-old female camel is fed at the London Zoo. (Photo: Michael Webb/Keystone/Getty Images)


NTD PhotoAn infant rough-tooth dolphin is bottle-fed in Key Largo, Florida. (Photo: Handout/Getty Images)


Bulldog puppy