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baby blorpy chick penguin toy - 4403037696
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Good thing the puppy is there, that penguin doesn't look too stable.

baby bird birds branch chick chicks fuzzy new squee tern - 5876068096
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This little guy hatches without a nest. His feet are ready to perch, seconds after hatching! That is some impressive work, Tern!

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baby chick parrot reader squees towel - 5849671680
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dragonfish86 says: "This is my parrot Cookie when she was about 7-8 weeks old. I practically squee whenever I see this, so I thought I should share it."

I'm so glad you did! Cookie is quite the looker.

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chick feathers head peacock peafowl squee spree - 5884364032
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Someday this squee squirt will have a beautiful headdress. Today it's a bit of a bedhead situation, but I think that's even cuter!

chick confidence peacock peafowl squee spree strut - 5875045376
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This little guy has all the confidence of his flashy elders. You work that gravel, chick!

baby chick confusing foul fowl homophone not peacock pun squee spree - 5869912576
Via Mubina H.
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Seriously, why did biologists/linguists/etc. ever think "fowl" was a fair term for all kinds of squee bird friends? It's a word that sounds far too close to another word that does not describe them in any way at all!

baby chick peacock peafowl squee spree strut swagger young - 5868536832
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Squee lovers, the winners of this week's Squee Spree contest are itty bitty peafowl babies! And this squee little peachick proves a long-held suspicion of mine to be perfectly true: Even without the fully-fledged plumage they develop later in life, baby peacocks still know how to strut!