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An infant bed (commonly referred to as a cot in British English and a crib, cradle or stock) is a small bed specifically for infants, generally up to 3 years old.

Infant beds are most common in North America, Europe, and Australia. Many people in these countries, and in other parts of the world, do not use separate infant beds, and instead co-sleep (babies sleep in the same bed as the parents).

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