By. Anuradha

Many parents are proud of their newborn babies. Some of them are even afraid to take them out and show them to others with the fear that their kids would be taken away from them. More than humans, this trait can be observed in animals and here we are going to show you the proud parents of a newly born Meerkat family.

Japanese photographer mamekoro51 is a great fan of nature and his hobby is taking pictures of baby animals. He recently went to Inokashira Natural Cultural Park in Musashino City, Tokyo and he was startled by the sight of an adorable Meerkat family.  He wanted to photograph them badly but the only difficulty was that they didn’t come out at first.

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He saw a little Meerkat peeping behind a wall and didn’t bother to come out for long. However, when he finally did, everyone around immediately fell in love with the sight as he was too much adorable. 

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So, for those of you who don’t know about Meerkats, they are small carnivores in the mongoose family. They can mainly be seen in all parts of Kalahari dessert in Bostwana, in Namib desert in Nambia and Southwestern Angola and also in South Africa.

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Their families normally have more than 20 members and some super-families also have meerkats more than 50 sometimes. Their adults teach the young pups on many things including how to eat venomous scorpions.  In the pictures below you can see some of their cute pictures.

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If you are around Tokoyo, then you can surely visit the park and get to see many other species of animals as well. So, scroll down to see the pictures and don’t forget to leave your comments!

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