Welcome to New York, little ones!

You can see just how cute these baby animals really are in person at the Prospect Park Zoo and Bronx Zoo.

Rare tiger cubs

The Tiger Mountain exhibit at the Bronx Zoo
The Tiger Mountain exhibit at the Bronx Zoo just got a whole lot cuter. Two rare Malayan tiger cubs made their public debut on Sept. 20, 2016. The female cubs, named Nadia and Azul, were born at the zoo in January. They were hand-raised by zookeepers -- who fed them formula from a bottle every three hours -- because their mother was unable to care for them, according to the Wildlife Conservation Society. (Credit: WCS / Julie Larsen Maher)

Deer fawn

This adorable tufted deer fawn, who was born
This adorable tufted deer fawn, who was born on Aug. 2, 2016, is now hanging out with his mom at the Prospect Park Zoo. This deer species was named for the thick tuft of hair that covers its head and suffers from overhunting and habitat loss in China, according to the Wildlife Conservation Society. (Credit: WCS / Julie Larsen Maher)

Sea lion pups

Two California sea lion pups, both born in
Two California sea lion pups, both born in June 2016, are now hanging out in the sun at the Bronx Zoo. One of the pups is male, but zookeepers weren't yet able to identify the gender of the other, according to the Wildlife Conservation Society. The pups have different mothers but share a dad named Clyde. (Credit: WCS / Julie Larsen Maher)

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Crane chick

This white-naped crane chick hatched at the Bronx
This white-naped crane chick hatched at the Bronx Zoo's Northern Ponds in early spring, according to the Wildlife Conservation Society. The chick can now be spotted at the zoo with its parents. (Credit: WCS / Julie Larsen Maher)

Little penguin chick

An adorable little penguin chick is the first

An adorable little penguin chick is the first of its species to ever hatch at the Bronx Zoo, the Wildlife Conservation Society announced. The chick, born on May 10, 2016, lives with a colony of penguins that were added to the zoo as a new species in 2015.

The little penguin made his public debut on July 27, 2016. At nearly 3 months old, the chick is just beginning to shed its downy fur and grow into its waterproof feathers.

(Credit: WCS / Julie Larsen Maher)

Baby porcupine

This North American porcupine was born at the
This North American porcupine was born at the Bronx Zoo on April 24, 2016. He lives with his three other prickly siblings, mom named Alice, and dad, Patrick. You can spot him hanging out at the Children's Zoo. (Credit: WCS / Julie Larsen Maher)

Otter pup

This North American river otter pup, born on
This North American river otter pup, born on Feb. 14, 2016, is now enjoying his new home at the Prospect Park Zoo. (Credit: WCS / Julie Larsen Maher)

Toddler gorillas

These toddler gorillas love to play! They were
These toddler gorillas love to play! They were spotted swinging on vines, climbing trees and rolling in the grass at the Bronx Zoo. There are five western lowland gorillas under the age of two at the zoo's Congo Gorilla Forest. (Credit: WCS / Julie Larsen Maher)

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Baby monkey

This baby Bolivian gray titi monkey was born
This baby Bolivian gray titi monkey was born at the Bronx Zoo in April. According to communications director Max Pulsinelli, the gender is not yet known because the baby is still with its mother. (Credit: WCS / Julie Larsen Maher)

Baby lemur

There are three new lemur babies hanging out
There are three new lemur babies hanging out at the Bronx Zoo's Madagascar exhibit. They were born at the zoo in March. (Credit: WCS / Julie Larsen Maher)