Sep 302013
 

Penguin here.

As you guys probably know by now, I love dachshunds and would absolutely love to have one someday. Anyway, I stumbled upon this gif on reddit the other day, and I can’t stop watching it now. Just be sure to keep watching until it loops again. Enjoy, everyone!

Adorable and Excited Dachshund

Adorable and Excited Dachshund

Found here: Imgur

Sep 282013
 

Penguin here.

Aren’t these little wolverine pups just so cute? Full-grown wolverines can weigh anywhere from 24 to 40lbs. According to National Geographic’s Wolverines page, wolverines travel up to 24 km (15 miles) per day in search of food and, for this reason, they require an expansive habitat.

Adorable Baby Wolverine Pups

Adorable Baby Wolverine Pups

Photo credits: Tom Svensson / Nordens Ark
and found here: Zooborns

Sep 252013
 

Penguin here.

Have you guys ever heard of a quoll? I didn’t until today, and boy, was I missing out on some cuteness for all these years! A quoll is a nocturnal marsupial native to Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea. You can read about them on Wikipedia’s Quoll article

Seriously, behold the goofyness before you. How adorable is this little cutie? Did you notice the spots? The sweet eyes? The goofy ears? I could look all day.

Young Quoll Eating

Young Quoll Eating

Found here: Imgur

Sep 222013
 

Penguin here.

Oh my goodness. Just look at how absolutely tiny this fennec fox pup is. Isn’t he such a sweetheart? Look at those tiny ears! The little guy in the picture was apparently a measely 2 days old at the time. Just look at how pink he is!

Baby Fennec Fox Pup Drinking Milk

Baby Fennec Fox Pup Drinking Milk

Found here: The Press Democrat

Sep 212013
 

Penguin here.

I realized today that we had only posted one picture of muskrats in the past. I also realized that I wasn’t quite sure what kind of animal a muskrat is. With that in mind, I did a bit of research on my end, and found that these North American rodents are actually semi-aquatic. They can be found in other parts of the world, but are native to North America. A full-grown muskrat can reach anywhere from 40-70 cm in length (including its tail) and can weigh from 0.6-2 kg. You can learn about all this and more from Wikipedia’s Muskrat article.

Now, here is a picture of a muskrat eating:

Muskrat Eating

Muskrat Eating

Found here: Ondatra zibethicus

Sep 172013
 

Penguin here.

This baby sea lion is surely a goof. I’m not exactly sure what he’s up to, but he certainly looks cute doing it.

I happened to stumble upon a site with cool facts about sea lions that you should definitely check out: sealion-world.com. For example, they can apparently swim up to 40 km/h (25 miles/h), though they usually cruise at 16 km/h (10 miles/h).

Baby Sea Lion Pup

Baby Sea Lion Pup

Found here: DonnieDid.com

Sep 082013
 

Penguin here.

I stumbled upon this sweet picture of a lioness and her little cub. I just can’t over how comfy and content the lion cub looks and how affectionate the mother is. This is such a sweet family picture, don’t you think? I hope you guys get a chance to cuddle with someone you love today.

Comfy Lion Cuddles

Comfy Lion Cuddles

Found here: LittlePawz

Sep 062013
 

Hey guys. I found this picture of an ocelot today on Reddit and thought it looked adorable. I’m not sure the background behind it, but it looks like it was abandoned or something of the sort and a rescue is trying to keep it safe. Let’s hope they can manage and everything goes well for this little guy. Also, have you guys ever heard an ocelot make a noise? It’s scary! I didn’t expect a sound like the one in this video to come out of such a cutey, but apparently this is their sound.

Adorable Ocelot Baby In Cage

Adorable Ocelot Baby In Cage