A baby swan is called a cygnet. The adult male swan is called a cob, whereas the adult female is a pen. Cygnets typically have brown or bluish-gray feathers. More »

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Baby swans are called cygnets. The swan lays between five and 12 eggs in a feather-and down-lined nest and the cygnets hatch after a little over a month. They are covered with a gray down that gradually turns white. More »

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The correct name for a baby swan is a cygnet. Swans lay between three and nine eggs at a time, and the cygnets are born after approximately 1 month. More »

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The correct name for a baby swan is a cygnet. Swans lay between three and nine eggs at a time, and the cygnets are born after approximately 1 month. More »

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Baby swans are known as "cygnets," a word derived from the Latin word for swan, "cygnus." Cygnets are easily distinguished from adults, as they are much smaller and are usually covered in a gray downy coat. More »

The correct term for a baby porcupine is a porcupette. A porcupette has soft quills made of hardened hair. This protects the mother from injury as she gives birth. More »

The blue whale is the animal that produces the biggest offspring. According to National Geographic, baby blue whale calves emerge from their mothers' wombs with a weight around 3 tons and a length of 25 feet. More »