50 Beautiful Facts About Cute Animals Which Will Make You Go “Aww” – Part 3


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When a bunny flips on its side, it shows that the critter is relaxed and feels secure.

42Pudu deer

Pudu deer

The Pudu deer is the world’s smallest deer. They live in bamboo thickets to hide from predators.

43Highland cow of Scotland

Highland cow of Scotland

The highland cow of Scotland has an unusual double coat of hair. On the outside is the oily outer hair—the longest of any cattle breed—covering a downy undercoat. This makes them well suited to conditions in the Highlands, which have high annual rainfall and sometimes very strong winds.

44Water Bear

Water Bear

This is a Tardigrade, or Water Bear, under a confocal laser scanning microscope. Tardigrades can go into a state of suspended animation and survive for a long period of time without water or oxygen. They are also able to survive in the vacuum of space.

45Clouded Leopards

Clouded Leopards

Clouded Leopards are one of the most talented climbers among the cats. They also have the longest canine teeth relative to their body size of any cat species, gaining them the title "modern-day saber-tooth."

46Sea bunnies

Sea bunnies

They are round and fluffy and sort of have wiggly little ears, have dubbed the name "sea bunnies". They are actually sea slugs and belong to the wild group of mollusks called nudibranchs.

47Gouldian Finch chicks

Gouldian Finch chicks

Gouldian Finch chicks have luminous nodules called papillae on the sides of their beaks and markings on the inside of their mouths. They act as a sort of “beacon” to direct the parents to the hungry mouths of their chicks in dark nest cavities. 

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Hedgehogs are called "the gardener's friend" as they help keep garden pests, such as slugs and snails under control.

49Snow leopards

Snow leopards

Snow leopards have very strong legs and are incredible jumpers. That can leap as far as 50 feet. They use their long tails for balance and as a blanket to cover sensitive body parts from severe mountain chills. They also like biting their tails as a form of play.



This is a Marten, and it was responsible for over 64 Million Euros worth of car damage in Germany in 2014. It may be cute, but it loves chewing your car’s cables. In Germany, they are called “Marder.”


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  1. First also the timing on the comments are a bit off for example I’m posting this comment at 10:21 am Is it a time zone thing?



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