Los 10 animales recién nacidos más bonitos de Australia
Si te gustan los animales, estas fotos y vídeos de animales recién nacidos en Australia te van a encantar.
1. Un erizo huérfano.
What do you do when a tiny puggle waves hello to you? Wave right back of course! This adorable orphaned echidna is being handed-raised by keepers at @tarongazoo in @sydney, and now weighs a healthy 700 grams thanks to their dedicated care. The world-class #TarongaWildlifeHospital offers behind the scenes tours, and if he’s not taking a nap, you might even get to watch this little guy as he practices his new favourite activity – learning to dig in the soft dirt.
2. Un vídeo de un baby koala.
Here’s a dose of cuteness to kick-start your weekend… This adorable little koala joey at @australiazoo in the @visitsunshinecoast popped his head out of his mother Ash’s pouch for the first time last week, and clung tightly onto her as he marvelled at the big wide world. This bundle of fluff is nearly six months old now, and he’ll soon be transitioning from his mother’s milk to eating eucalyptus leaves like a grown-up #koala. Not sure about you – but we kinda secretly hope he never grows up! A video posted by Australia (@australia) on
3. O una foto de un baby koala posando para ti.
When he pulls an adorable face like this, it's hard to tell if Bon Bon is a real koala or a cuddly toy from the gift shop! We're pleased to confirm he's definitely a real koala joey (and not available for purchase!), although he's growing up fast – not long now til his first birthday on Christmas Day . If you want to meet this little fellow in person, you'll find him at @rainforestation Nature Park in @tropicalnorthqueensland, just a short drive from the city of #Cairns.
4. Un wombat recién nacido durmiendo.
5. Un mini possum.
6. Un cangurito que cabe en tus manos.
7. O al que le tienes que darle de comer.
8. O el que ves escondidito en la bolsa de su mamá.
Peek-a-boo! Lilly the swamp wallaby’s adorable little joey has just started emerging its head from her pouch, where it will live for the first 8-9 months of its life. You’ll find this gorgeous pair at @symbiozoo in @visitnsw, around 45 minutes south of @Sydney, and a great spot to see a huge range of wildlife. Try booking in for #Symbio’s ‘Keeper for a day’ offering, the ultimate animal lovers experience where you can spend a whole day getting insight into the life of a zookeeper, plus get up close to the amazing resident creatures – both big and small!
9. Un pollito White Tern esperando a sus papás.
#LordHoweIsland #NewSouthWales #SeeAustralia #australiagram #austtravellermag #hello_bluey #vip_world_photo #exploringaustralia #wow_australia #australia_shotz #travelfreedom #weareexplorers #lonelyplanet This White Tern Chick hatched on the branch of a Norfolk Island Pine Tree where it waits for parents to return from the sea with a feed of small fish or squid. Spotted on Lord Howe Island, New South Wales, Australia
10. Una tortuguita recién salida de su huevo con el objetivo de llegar al mar.
YOU CAN DO IT! This determined (and adorable) little hatchling was super keen to experience his first swim off @heronisland – it just took a bit of extra muscle to get up that hill! This tropical paradise in @queensland’s @southerngreatbarrierreef region is an important nesting location for Green and Loggerhead Turtles. By the time you leave here you’ll be a turtle expert, thanks to the island’s team of passionate nature guides who you'll find at the onsite visitor centre and even on the beaches during turtle season. Video: @onlyhappywhenItravel_