Welcome, young readers! Today, we’re going to explore the exciting world of animal names in English. From the majestic tiger to the tiny rabbit, every animal has a special name that we use to talk about them. Learning the names of different animals is an important part of learning English, and it can also be lots of fun!

A baby tiger is called “a cub”
Interesting fact: Tigers are excellent swimmers and enjoy spending time in water.


A baby rabbit is called “a Bunny or Kit”
Interesting fact: Rabbits have a highly developed sense of smell and use it to communicate with each other.


A baby bear is called “a cub
Interesting fact: Polar bears have black skin, which helps them absorb the sun’s heat more efficiently.


A baby kangaroo is called “a joey”
Interesting fact: Kangaroos are the only large animals that use hopping (jumping) as their means of movement.


A baby penguin is called “a chick”
Interesting fact: Penguins can drink seawater because they have a special gland that filters out the salt.


A baby horse is called “a foal”

Interesting fact: Horses have the largest eyes of any land mammal.


A baby sheep is called “a lamb”

Interesting fact: Sheep have excellent memories and can recognize up to 50 individual faces for years.


A baby monkey is called “a baby or infant”

Interesting fact: Some kinds of monkeys use tools, such as rocks and sticks, to help them find food.


A baby rooster is called “a chick”

Interesting fact: Roosters can “crow” at any time of day, not just in the morning.


A baby dog is called “a puppy”

Interesting fact: Dogs have a sense of time and can tell how much time has passed since their owners left home.



A baby giraffe is called “a calf”
Interesting fact: Giraffes have long necks not only for reaching high leaves but also for fighting with other males by swinging their necks like a weapon.






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