Your morning adorable: Moose calves make their debut at Berlin Zoo

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It often seems that the Berlin Zoo has the cute-baby-animal market cornered, doesn’t it?

The zoo, of course, was home to the famously adorable polar bear cub Knut (who’s now a somewhat less cute, but no less beloved, grown-up bear). More recently, a shockingly cute black rhinoceros calf, an equally adorable Indian rhinoceros calf, a batch of jaguar cubs in a basket, a litter of big-eared caracal kittens and more animal babies have been born at the zoo.

As of Saturday, add two more brand-new adorable animal babies to the Berlin Zoo’s tally: moose calves named Hagen and Finn, pictured here as 3-day-olds. (Moose are known as European elk on the continent, but the two names both describe the same species.)

These two are about the cutest things we’ve seen in a long time, and we just can’t get enough photos of them! If you feel the same way, check out the additional Hagen and Finn photos after the jump.


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-- Lindsay Barnett