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Q: what do you call of the name of the BABY ANTS?
A: Antling
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User: what do you call of the name of the BABY ANTS?

Weegy: Antling
Expert answered|RinatisDinoro|Points 145|

User: what do you call of the name of the BABY SNAKE?

Weegy: hatchlings, between this and adulthood they are called juveniles Read more:
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User: what do you call of the name of the BABY CATERPILLAR?

Weegy: i think it doesn't have a name
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User: what do you call of the name of the BABY CARABAO?

Weegy: calf
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User: what do you call of the name of the BABY COW?

Weegy: also calf
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User: what do you call of the name of the BABY DUCK?

Weegy: duckling
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User: what do you call of the name of the BABY BIRD?

Weegy: Chick is the name for any baby bird. Hatchling is a very young, [ new baby bird. Nestling is a baby that hasn't left the nest yet. Fledgling is a baby that has left the nest but isn't weaned yet. Fledglings are also called a juvenile. Gosling is a baby goose. Cygnet or flapper is a baby swan. A pullet is a young female chicken. A cockrell is a young male chicken. A baby pigeon/dove is a squab or squeaker. A baby duck is a duckling or flapper. A baby eagle is an eaglet. A baby hawk is an eyas. A baby owl is an owlet or howlet. Poult is a baby turkey (also baby chicken). Cheeper or squealer is a baby quail. Bappie is the unofficial name that birdkeepers call baby birds. ]
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