Nala, an eight-week-old white lion cub, drinks from a bottle in her home in Abony, Hungary.
(Photo: Attila Kisbenedek /Getty Images)
Put some warm milk or formula in a bottle, give that bottle to a baby and you'll likely have one quiet, content baby on your hands. But this magic doesn't just work on human babies. It works on animal babies as well. Case in point: Watch these roly-poly playful pandas settle down for some quiet time with bottles full of milk:
Can you handle more? Here are photos of 24 other baby animals being nourished and nurtured with human baby bottles.
2-day-old lion cubs Fajr and Sjel are fed at a zoo in the northern Gaza Strip town of Beit Lahia. (Photo: Mohammed Abed/Getty Images)
A Parma wallaby baby drinks from a bottle at a private game reserve in Klingelbach, Germany. (Photo: Thomas Frey/Shutterstock)
A baby white tiger is fed at a zoo in Aschersleben, Germany. (Photo: Jens Schlueter/Getty Images)
Loango, a crown male Mangabey monkey, eats at the Jardin des Plantes zoo in Paris. (Photo: Kenzo Tribouillard /Getty Images)
Lambs and goats
A volunteer of The Green Place, an animal refuge, bottle-feeds a lamb and baby goats in Nepi, Italy. (Photo: Alberto Pizzoli/Getty Images)
Rieke, an orangutan cub, is fed by a zoo keeper in Berlin. (Photo: Odd Andersen/Getty Images)
A woman feeds an endangered elephant at the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage in Sri Lanka. (Photo: Ishara S. Kodikara/Getty Images)
A jungle lynx kitten is nurtured at the Asha Foundation animal shelter and hospital in India. (Photo: Sam Panthaky/Getty Images)
A 45-day old female black bear cub is fed at a wildlife office in Mansehra, Pakistan. (Photo: Adnan Ali/AFP/Getty Images)
Argoun, a 1-month-old Amur leopard, drinks from a bottle at the zoo in Mulhouse, eastern France. Amur leopards are one of the rarest big cats in the world. (Photo: Sebastien Bozon/AFP/Getty Images)
Margaret, a 10-day-old giraffe, is bottle fed by Chester Zoo keeper Tim Rowlands in Chester, England. (Photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
A baby flying fox is bottle-fed at a temporary bat rehabilitation center on the Gold Coast of Australia. (Photo: David Hardenberg/Getty Images)
Two baby striped hyenas, which generally live in northern Africa, are bottle-fed at the Cerza zoological park in northwestern France. (Photo: Mychele Daniau/AFP/Getty Images)
Carp at China's Harbin Pole Aquarium eat from a bottle. (Photo: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)
Baby rhinos drink from bottles at a wildlife rehabilitation center in South Africa. (Photo: Anna Zieminski/AFP/Getty Images)
A California sea otter pup is bottle-fed at SeaWorld San Diego. (Photo: Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld San Diego via Getty Images)
A 6-month-old female camel is fed at the London Zoo. (Photo: Michael Webb/Keystone/Getty Images)
An infant rough-tooth dolphin is bottle-fed in Key Largo, Florida. (Photo: Handout/Getty Images)
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