In some of the photos, the young children are wearing bibs and slight smiles can be seen on their chubby faces.
But these are not your usual baby pictures.
The Chinese government is trying to find the parents of these 60 homeless children, some of them so young that they had not yet developed the strength to hold their own heads up.
This week the Chinese Ministry of Public Security posted pictures of these rescued children on its Web site.
Many of them had similar stories. They were kidnapped, stolen or sold and somehow had been rescued by authorities.
Police tried to find their parents but could not find them through the national DNA database, state-run China Daily reported.
And for the first time, the Ministry of Public Security posted their pictures.
"Even if I can't find my boy's photo on the Web site today, it's a blessing for desperate parents like us who have almost lost hope," Tang Weihua, a mother who lost her 5-year-old son in 1999, told China Daily this week.
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