NOT a hedgehog. Baby Echidnae: No, not a hedgehog which is an insectivore or a porcupine which is a rodent, but an echidnae which is a monotreme (lays shelled eggs). They live in Australia and New Guinea, where there are neither hedgehogs nor porcupines.
A three-day-old newborn giraffe stands next to its mother, named Tatu, on April 11 at the Madrid Zoo Aquarium in Madrid, Spain. The giraffes are Rothschild giraffes, which are listed as an endangered species in the wild. by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez
There is only one species, or kind, of giraffe. But not all giraffes are the same. There are eight different groups of giraffes. Each group of giraffes has a different coat pattern. The pattern is a clue to which group a giraffe belongs to.