Cute PHOTOS of Russian animals & their cubs

Take a closer look at the tender relationship mothers and their offspring have in the animal kingdom.

All countries celebrate Mother’s Day in different ways and on different dates. In Russia, it’s the last Sunday of November, while in the U.S. and many European countries, it’s the second Sunday of May. But, we believe that every day should be a professional holiday for mothers! So, Mother’s Day can also be celebrated every day, saying thank you to them for their love and affection!

A mama bear and her cubs

A European bison mom with her calf

Caucasian goat mother feeding her kid

A fox mom with her cub

A mama saiga antelope with her offspring

Northern reindeer mom and her calf

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