Topic: adorable animal
If you say no, it’s going to pull you down into the underworld, so I hope you’re cool with that. Well, that or it’s just an octopus. – The Hairpin
This post should really be entitled “which primate are you planning to kidnap and dress up in three piece suit?” And the answer is “I don’t know!” The newborn gorilla - who was just born at the London zoo – is more traditionally cute, but he’ll grow up to weigh 350 pounds, which means you’ll have to go suit shopping at the Big ‘n’ Tall Store, and that could get pricey. The second is a monkey I like to call “Nonose” (it’s pronounced “en-onoseeese” ) despite the fact that he actually has a nose. It’s just really tiny. Like Michael Jackson’s. Stare at them both for a while before you decide.
Remember Paul the Octopus, the cephalopod who correctly predicted the World Cup winners? Sure you do. He said that Spain was going to beat Germany. Don’t worry – German fans didn’t kill him (though it was a serious concern for a while there). More
If you’re having trouble identifying it, Polly the Cat fortunately has markings on her side that read “cat.” And no, her family didn’t dye her – nor did they notice her unusual marking when they first adopted Polly from the … More
Audrey Hepburn with her pet deer, Pippin, by Bob Willoughby.
Apparently, because unlike people, dogs don’t understand how adorable hedgehogs are. After being mauled the ten week old hedgehog broke two ankles and his left leg – but don’t worry, he’s expected to make a full recovery. He’s currently being … More
Meet the tenrec. According to ZooBorns, “Tenrec species come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, with some looking like hedgehogs, some like mice, and some even like otters.” But we bet that all of them look completely adorable. … More
I guess we didn’t discover him, discover him, but until this moment we did not know that the Hispaniotan Solenodon existed. Now we do. And we’re going to go write a children’s book about him. It’s going to be the … More
Happy World Cup! We will be placing all bets upon the kittens. We were going to root for South Africa until we remembered that they were playing rugby in Invictus.
Isn’t it great when Google is absolutely, 100% correct? Also, what is this creature, and why is it so clearly in need of a hug?