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Tamanduas are the cutest ugly things I've ever seen in my life.

Baby Anteater: A three month old anteater on a walk at the Sunshine International Aquarium in Tokyo. via joyatri And I must quote "Anteater says NOOOOOOO!

Snookum Bear - Coati  Arenal Area, Costa Rica  Coatis are also known as  Coatimundi, Brazilian Aardvarks, Mexican Tejón or Moncún, Hog-Nosed Coons, Pizotes, Panamanian Gatosolos, Crackoons and Snookum Bears and they are members of the raccoon family (Procyonidae). They are diurnal mammals native to South America, Central America, and South-Western North America.

Costa Rica Coatis are also known as Coatimundi, Snookum Bears and they are members of the raccoon family (Procyonidae). They are diurnal mammals native to South America, Central America, and South-Western North America.

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These beautiful monsters…

Anyone remember the fossa from the movie Madagascar? "The fossa are coming! The fossa are coming!

An incredibly cute…and incredibly stripy South American Tapir calf was born, May 19, at Prague Zoo. The little male is the offspring of 15-year-old ‘Ivana’ and 12-year-old ‘Tex’. Check out ZooBorns for more pics and info! http://www.zooborns.com/zooborns/2015/05/prague-zoo-celebrates-newest-tapir-calf.html

An incredibly cute…and incredibly stripy South American Tapir calf was born, May at Prague Zoo. The little male is the offspring of ‘Ivana’ and ‘Tex’. Photo Credits: Prague Zoo The delivery was smooth, and Ivana immediately stepped.

Binturong - The binturong (Arctictis binturong), also known as bearcat and Palawan binturong, is a viverrid found in South and Southeast Asia. It is uncommon or rare over much of its range and listed as Vulnerable by IUCN because of a population decline estimated to be more than 30% over the last 30 years

Binturong - The binturong (Arctictis binturong), also known as bearcat and Palawan binturong, is a viverrid found in South and Southeast Asia.

Pangolin Drinking Water - Have You Ever Seen This Animal

Pangolin Drinking Water - Have You Ever Seen This Animal

chrismenning: pensiveprincess: why is that pine cone drinking That is an artichoke and they are beautiful.

The numbat, (Myrmecobius fasciatus), is a termite eating marsupial. The species has survived only in two small patches of land in Western Australia. Numbats are unusual in that they are diurnal and unique among terrestrial mammals, because they have an additional cheek tooth located between the premolars and molars;

The Numbat, also known as the banded anteater, marsupial anteater, or walpurti, is a marsupial found in Western Australia. Its diet consists almost exclusively of termites.

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