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Book 1: Chapter 4 - Little Ones
  1. The young ones of some large animals such as lions, tigers, wolves and bears are called cubs. Lion’s cubs are born blind, their eyes do not open until a week after birth. They weigh 1.2 to 2.1 kg at birth. They start beginning to crawl a day or two after birth and walking around three weeks of age. 
  2. The young one of a deer is called a fawn. The fawns are cared by the mother only. A mother dear has one or two fawns at a time. In the first twenty minutes of a fawn’s life, the fawn begins to take its first steps. Its mother licks it clean until it is almost free of scent, so predators will not find it. The fawn stays hidden in the grass for one week until it is strong enough to walk with its mother.
  3. A young sheep under 12 months of age which does not have any permanent incisor teeth is called a lamb. Most lambs begin standing within an hour of birth.
  4. The young one of an elephants is called a calf. It weighs about 115 kg and stands over 75 cm (2.5 ft) tall.  The baby is born nearly blind. At first it relies on its trunk to discover the world around it.
  5. The young one of a horse is called a foal. The male foal is called a colt and the female foal is called a filly. The foals are born with an ability to quickly escape from predators. Normally a foal will stand up and nurse within the first hour after it born. Healthy foals grow quickly and can put on over a kilogram a day.
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