5. Fennec Fox
This adorable critter was born in the Everland Zoo in Korea, but his relatives hail from the scorching Sahara Desert.
This cuddly fellow was the only cub born in his litter at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle.
Three quarters of all captive female koalas suffer from a strain of Chlamydia that can result in sterility. Luckily, this little guy’s mother at the Australian Taronga Zoo managed to avoid the disease.
2. Sand Cat
This particular babe was delivered in the Al Ain Wildlife Park & Resort in the United Arab Emirates, the first of its kind to be born through in-vitro fertilization.
This little hairy-nosed wombat was left his mother’s pouch back in February of this year at Chicago’s Brookfield Zoo . If you live in the area, be sure to stop by and say hello to the newest addition to the zoo’s successful wombat breeding program.