What do you call a baby animal?
- Antelope: calf
- Bear: cub
- Beasts of prey: whelp
- Beaver: kit
- Birds: fledgling, nestling
- Cat: kitten
- Codfish: codling, sprat
- Cow: calf
- Deer: fawn, yearling
- Dog: pup, puppy
- Duck: duckling
- Eagle: eaglet
- Eel: elver
- Elephant: calf
- Elephant seal: weaner
- Fish: fry
- Fowl: chick, chicken
- Fox: cub, pup
- Frog: polliwog, tadpole
- Goat: kid
- Goose: gosling
- Grouse: cheeper
- Guinea fowl: keet
- Hawk: eyas
- Hen: pullet
- Hippo: calf
- Horse: foal, yearling, or colt (male), filly (female)
- Kangaroo: joey
- Lion: cub
- Owl: owlet
- Partridge: cheeper
- Pig: piglet, shoat, farrow, suckling
- Pigeon: squab, squeaker
- Quail: cheeper
- Rabbit: bunny, kit
- Rat: kitten
- Rhino: calf
- Rooster: cockerel
- Salmon: parr, smolt, grilse
- Seal: pup
- Shark: cub
- Sheep: lamb, lambkins
- Swan: cygnet
- Tiger: cub, whelp
- Turkey: poult
- Whale: calf
- Zebra: foal
"The cat could very well be man's best friend but would never stoop to admitting it."
--Doug Larson
French poodles did not originate in France.  Poodles were originally used as hunting dogs in Europe. The dogs' thick coats were a hindrance in water and thick brush, so hunters sheared the hindquarters, with cuffs left around the ankles and hips to protect against rheumatism. Each hunter marked his dogs' heads with a ribbon of his own color, allowing groups of hunters to tell their dogs apart.
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