Setting a good example... one of three cheetah cubs born nine weeks ago at the zoo in Opole, Poland, learns terrible habits from its mother.
But, Ma, I don't wanna! Rhino mum Betty gave birth to a son on September 6 at the Zoo in Berlin, Germany.
It's a public holiday. I deserve to be lazy! Here is one of the two twin snow leopards born to the upstate New York Rosamond Gifford Zoo in May made their public debut on September 20.
Everybody look left! Everybody look right! Everywhere you look I'm standing in the spotlight! These Humboldt penguins are at the Royev Ruchey zoo in the suburb of Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Younger siblings, amirite? A one-month-old meerkat (right) tries to bite a four-months-old at the zoo in Kronberg, Germany.
Of course, hurricanes are no laughing matter, but this shot of flamingos being evacuated in preparation for Storm Florence at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden in South Carolina, US, made us smile.
I don't care what you think, everyone is going to be rocking this look next season! This endangered marmoset at the state zoological park in Gauhati, India, was brought to the zoo after being rescued from a smuggler.
Woaaaaah, Nelly! This giant panda cub, born in August, made her public debut at Adventure World in Shirahama, in Japan's Wakayama Prefecture on September 13, 2018.
Hey girl. Western lowland gorilla Shabani, who lives at the Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens in Nagoya, Japan, is the zoo's celebrity, being dubbed "ikemen", meaning "handsome guy" in Japanese slang.
Um, possibly the cutest way EVER to encourage people to apply for a job. Chilean police officers march with golden retriever puppies, the newest members of the police canine training unit, during the annual military parade in the capital city, Santiago.