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Photographer Laurie O'Donnell does a double-take when a rather large ostrich family crosses the road at Kruger National Park in South Africa. By "large," we're not talking about twins or triplets—try 30 little ostrich chicks!

As if almost three dozen chirping bird babies aren't adorable enough, cheer on this inspiring newborn elephant who try, tries again until she finally makes her first steps a half hour later.

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