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Reme:You call it kitten and a baby dog is a puppy, but I also need to know how do you call a baby...
Thanks a lot!
The less an animal is for domestic use, the less supposable is a name for its baby animal, though older names that have been in existance already were taken for other animals, too.
Anonymous:What do you call a baby duck?
I call mine 'Mary'.
But generally speaking, they are called 'ducklings'.
Best wishes, Clive
Anonymous:Bear- Bear Cub
Bird- Hatchling or Chick
Eagle- Eaglet or Fledgling
Horse- Foal or Yearling Colt is male and Filly is female
Pig- Piglett or Sucker
Sheep- Lamb or Lambkins or Cosset
Cow- Calf a young cow that has never had a calf is called a Heifer
A chick is the name for any sort of baby bird.
A hatchling is a very new, recently hatched baby bird.
A nestling is a bird that has not left the nest yet.
A fledgling is a bird the has already left the nest, but isn't yet weaned
an eagle is an eaglet.
chicken = chick
goose = gosling
pigeon = squab
owl = owlet
turkey = poult
swan = cygnet
peafowl = peachick
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