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You call it kitten and a baby dog is a puppy, but I also need to know how do you call a baby...
-bear
-duck
-bird
-horse
-eagle
-pig
-sheep
-cow

Thanks a lot! Emotion: wink
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I was able to find everything I was looking for. Very useful.

Muchas gracias!
Baby names for animals are especially used for those that have been in domestic use for ages already.

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.
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Anonymous:
goat

kangaroo

sheep

tiger

chicken

dog

horse

zebra

deer

elephant
Anonymous:
What do you call a baby duck?
Hi,

I call mine 'Mary'. Emotion: smile

But generally speaking, they are called 'ducklings'.

Best wishes, Clive
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Anonymous:
Bear- Bear Cub

Duck- Duckling

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
Anonymous:
Bear=cub
Duck= Duckling

Bird=

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
horse=colt
pig=piglet/sucker.
sheep=lamb

cow=calf
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