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Animal Baby Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 97 pictures in our Animal Baby collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

1940: Elsie the Cow visits the Golden Gate International Exposit Featured Print

1940: Elsie the Cow visits the Golden Gate International Exposit

1940: Elsie the Cow visits the Golden Gate International Exposition. Elsie was the Bordon Dairy Company's mascot and was at the exposition for a two day visit with her three week old calf, Beulah. They were attended to by twins Jean and Jane Luther. San Francisco, California, USA

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RML00172 Featured Print


Superb fruit-dove
(Ptilinopus superbus),
female on nest with chick. Superb Fruit Doves build a small nest in which they lay a single egg. After an incubation period of fourteen days the young hatch and are fed a rich milk by both parents.

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RML00050 Featured Print


Splendid fairy-wren
(Malurus splendens),
chick. The young leave the nest before they can fly and rely totally on their family group for all their needs. The young from the previous season stay with the parents and help raise the next years brood. Often seen in suburban gardens and park lands.
Australind, Western Australia

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