Cute Overload :D
Will you please check out the perfect ear shape action? They look bite-sized as well.
Sent in by Bobbeh via All Creatures.
And eye capsules! And look at the webbed clawsies. There is all kinds of cuteness going on here.
They must be evil! Looked at the webbed feet!
Awww! I love their color.
those otters look stoned
The WEBS! Those be WORLDWIDE webs!
PS Why they so sleppy?
They are babeh GIANT otters, their so young they haven’t opened their eyes yet
Wait till they do open their eyes, that’ll be so ADORABLE!!!
Chomp! (burp). Oh! Excuse me. The ears were just so delish…
They look like sleeping babies. 🙂
“It’s not Monday yet!!”
“I’m strong to the finish, ‘cos I eats me spinach”
I want a close up of the ears. And I want to see then use their wittle feet to paddle in a tub.
Fuzzy Cheerios. Coming to a cutermarket near you.
I want to sing them a lullaby and rock them gently.
OMG – the ears SLAY me.
which means their ears will be bigger than bite-size. Zooborns (the original site) says these guys will get up to 6 feet long and 75 lb. I’ve been drooling over them for days.
Are you sure they’re not platypi?
Such little sweeties!! I love giant river otters, and I am so happy that conservation programs at zoos are taking such good care of these endangered little critters. I just want to kiss their furry noses…
Behbehs with old-man mouths.
otters, otters, otters, otters !!!!!
was that one too many otters … ?
rock them slowly? take it easy, gigi, don’t you know?
there ain’t never been ear noms like this before…
you otter be ashamed of yourself, going on like that.
HA! I was just thinking the same thing. Definitely disgruntled.
In fact, I think this should be a new rule of cuteness: If you’re a baby and you look disgruntled, it’s cute. 😀
Yep. Totally false advertisement. Why, there otter be a law! 🙂
Dem jus littul.
What is this “too many otters” you speak of? Please to be esplain.
They’re otterly adorable.
My attitude exactly!!
Strange… the fuzzy Cheerios I found under the couch were never this cute.
I see several possible axxxis of snorgle. I think I must go where these are and test.
…bills, bills, junk, bills.
I for one welcome our silver merpeople overlords.
I was once floating down the Rogue River (Southern Oregon), 3 days of blissful wilderness, when one day we rounded a bend and there on the riverbank not 10 feet away from us was a river otter munching on a freshly caught salmon. We looked at each other until the river took us around the next bend… all happened so fast we wondered if we’d really seen what we really saw. One of those amazing lifetime moments (as in “once in a”, not cable TV). Will these little babes grow up to catch salmon in some wild river of their own? One can always hope…
I can hardly wait to find out what their names are gonna be!
YAY for pyrit & theo’s volleying!!!
Did they taste the same as chocolate Easter bunnehs’ ears??? 🙂
Go, Navy!!! Beat Army!!!
I want webbed feetsies!!! (I think….)
“you know you liked it …”
and it was a GOOD’un, too 🙂
***ENTIRELY EMPHATICALLY agree**
Do we have a Quorum (whatever that means)????
WIN WIN WIN WIN and also, WIN!!!!!111!!!!!
*gentle, peaceful reverie*
PS: in the cartoon clip here, Popeye blusters strongly past a street sign.
On the sign, the name of the street, reads (pause) “Foist” !!!! 🙂
Where would I have to go to see a six foot giant river otter in a river? Zoos are nice, but I want to see the real deal. They look kinda weird scary to me.
The Amazon River. Endangered mostly because they compete with the native Indian tribes for fish. They’ve also been known to take caimans from time to time. You might have to search for quite a while, though– giant otters are quite shy.
I would love to snorggle them but I bet they have fish breath.
MUST! NOM!! EEEEEEAAAAAAARRRRRRSSSSSS!!!!!
The feetz! The webbed, way-to-big feetz!
I vote for Calvin and Trixie, if applicable.
Hmm? What’s that? Stop nomming on their ears? I’m not … nom, nom, nom …
Thanks Bell. I’d love to see them running on the bank or swimming around playing like all otters play.
The ears also look like they’re lightly frosted. MMMmmmm.
If you just want to see some wild otters, go to Morro Bay. They are everywhere.