New-born animals are captured by our iwitness24 wildlife fans
Springtime equals cute sights as young animals make their first steps into the world.
And our iwitness24 users have been busy capturing and sharing some truly amazing wildlife photographs.
Dinah Groom captured playful hares in the morning - with one in mid-jump - while Richard Saxton and Christopher Flatt were lucky enough to get photos of fox cubs and Dina Wright and Stephen Bennett spotted the not-at-all-ugly ducklings.
James Pestell sensed love was in the air between two lambs and Susan Cockaday spotted a stoat at Ingworth.
Richard Kelly captured mother blackbird feeding her young and Peter Dent saw a young sparrow.
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Stephen Bennett also pictured a terrapin and its young while Antony Bond shared his photo of a family of bugs - daddy, mummy and baby.
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